UK distributors get defensive with volatility structures and multi-asset deposits

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Lisa Chaudhuri, Barclays Capital

The range of products offered in the UK in March were broadly similar to February's offerings: a blend of FTSE 100 and S&P 500 index underlyings in deposit form, though more volatility and multi-asset products are starting to appear.

Barclays Capital has been busy selling volatility to private and the high end of retail. "We have seen increased demand for enhanced tracker-style products, such as super-trackers on non-UK underlyings like the S&P 500 and Asian equities as clients look for

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