Rise of the retail structured products app

New apps deliver market information and basic execution functionality

Richard Jory
Richard Jory, Structured Products

There is now a structured products app aimed at the retail market. Of course there is; why wouldn't there be? After all, the creation of a structured product is the closest most financiers will get to inserting a multitude of variables into a programme that spits out an answer and is then consumed by the general public. It's like game production and game theory all wrapped up in a single, often complex, investment.

But don't be alarmed. What has been made available to retail investors so far is

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