US investors get longer tenors, protection and bonuses

JP Morgan and HSBC have filed principal-protected notes with lengthy terms with the SEC, while UBS has registered three five-year autocallables linked to ETFs

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Several banks have offered US retail investors longer-dated products in the March 22 filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). JP Morgan has registered a principal-protected note with a whopping eight-year maturity, HSBC has registered a seven-year principal-protected product, while UBS's has listed three five-year autocallables linked to the performance of exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

JP Morgan's eight-year product is linked to a basket of the MSCI EAFE Index, Russell 2000

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