Multi-issuer platforms face off for Asia structured product market

Four platforms are now fighting for private bank business

Platform games: MIPs fighting for Asia market share

Over the past decade the structured products market in Asia has become a competitive business as more issuers entered the fray and margins grew thinner while customers demanded more transparency on price and product.

The arrival of multi-issuer platforms (MIPs) to the region is likely to be a game-changing moment for the industry shaping the direction of business for the next decade.

"Private bank investment in technology has been limited if nonexistent so now like every other area of financial

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