For the purposes of retail structured products and most other financial markets, long-dated products tend to be defined as those with a maturity of seven years or more. Not all structured products suit such a lengthy tenor, for a number of reasons.
The most logical product types to figure in the seven-year plus range are principal-protected and leveraged products, although those such as reverse convertibles cannot generate enough yield to make them worthwhile over longer periods. Callable and au
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