Investment Bridge chief takes aim at structured products' critics

Chief executive Chris Taylor talks tough on regulation

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Chris Taylor, The Investment Bridge

Since first striking out on his own in 2011 with London-based structured products consultancy The Investment Bridge, chief executive Chris Taylor has identified four key areas where he can make an impact as a provider of industry advice - plain vanilla structuring, smart beta, and two mysterious areas that he terms "smart passive" and "smart alpha". Taylor says he intends improve upon both passive and active investing. His aim for smart alpha, for example, is "[to] identify the core drivers of

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