Buoyant structured products market in Nordics sees more banks listing in the region

The appeal for soft protection and ways to boost the upside remains strong in the Nordic region, with more banks issuing or listing products, including bull-and-bear certificates with a leverage of five for the first time in Sweden

More banks are listing products in the Nordics

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has expanded its suite of exchange-traded products by listing of the first bull-and-bear constant leverage certificates to offer an intra-daily leverage of five on Sweden's Nordic Derivatives Exchange (NDX).

"There has been a lot of interest from investors in leverage certificates in the Nordic markets and we expect interest to continue growing as more underlyings become available," says Christian Bährne, head of public distribution for the Nordics at RBS in London.

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