ETFs dominate underlyings in latest SEC registrations

Structured products linked to ETFs

Structured products based on exchange-traded funds (ETFs) feature prominently in the latest registrations with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), with the majority coming from Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and Bank of Montreal.

Structures linked to ETFs cover the full spectrum, from leveraged returns, straddles, digitals and reverse convertibles through to autocallables.

Leveraged return notes were the main choice for RBC, which issued products of this type tied to the iShares MSCI

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