The structured products value chain has several distinct parts. First, there is the research and ideas that identify the opportunities and inspire the innovation. Then there is the structuring process and pricing. Next comes primary trading - bringing a product to market. After that, there is the secondary market for further sales, or adjusting positions. Finally, there are all the post-trade activities of reporting, monitoring, valuation, performance and portfolio management.
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