Goldman Sachs extends tenors in the US with five-year principal-protected note on the DJIA

A mass of new structured products registered in the US public market are dominated by HSBC and UBS, though Goldman Sachs stands out in terms of tenor with its five-year capital-protected note

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Protected note on offer in issuance glut

The latest round of structured products registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission are dominated by UBS and HSBC. The Swiss bank filed 10 new products, six of which come in the form of tried and trusted reverse convertibles, with the remainder featuring a bonus structure, a leveraged return note and two review/autocallable notes. HSBC chalked up a whopping 17 new issues that utilised the same structures, with two of its review notes classified as reverse convertibles.


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