German banks agree to reveal structured product valuations

Germany Brandenburg Gate

Seventeen issuers of structured products in Germany have committed to markedly expanding the information they disclose about their products, according to Deutscher Derivate Verband (DDV), an industry lobbying group.

Beginning May 1, 2014, the banks, including Citi, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, will disclose the estimated value of their products – a number that will show the banks' profit margins – and indicate, for certain capital-protected products, what the probabilities are that investors

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