Structured products help Brooks Macdonald protect investor capital in declining markets

Brooks shields investors

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Robin Eggar

For wealth manager Brooks Macdonald, defensive structured products are the way forward for clients looking to make returns in negative markets, according to Robin Eggar, London-based fund manager at the company, who uses the products in the structured returns allocation of his client's portfolios.

"We like to use products that give a predefined return profile on a known outcome, often for a negative market," says Eggar. "We would use a defensive autocall where we know, for example, that it will

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