Banks tout secondary market for structured products to retail investors in Australia

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Secondary market can help boost structured product sales

Creators of structured products in Australia are embracing platforms that re-sell products to retail clients and provide daily pricing in a bid to give the market a boost at a time when relatively high bank deposit rates can make structured products difficult to sell.

Providing a secondary market can increase product transparency and liquidity, while the lower investment requirements make the products more accessible to retail clients, say market participants.

The trend has been noted by product

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