Structured Products Asia: interest rate rises provide market opportunity

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Private banks are increasingly looking at structured products to complement fixed-income portfolios to provide clients with protection from potential curve steepening and rising long-term interest rates, as investors remain unsure about the fate of the equity markets in the region, according to panellists at the 2013 Structured Products Asia conference in Hong Kong.

A protracted period of low rates is potentially coming to end with the US Federal Reserve recently signalling its intent to reduce

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