Asia private banking market spurs demand for bespoke structured products

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Asia's private banking investors look for guidance and increased customisation

Tighter regulations imposed on the retail structured products market in Hong Kong and Singapore lie behind the move by product creators to increase their dealings with private banking and high-net-worth investors, but a more competitive structured products market and a more sophisticated investor base are calling for an increasingly bespoke and dynamic approach.

"Investors want to know more about the returns they can get and they want to be advised when to get in and out of markets," says a

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