FVC review: Reyker’s FTSE 100 autocall – a UK election hedge?

Lookback feature aims to mitigate sudden falls in first few months of the term

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The Palace of Westminster

Reyker has launched a capital-at-risk FTSE 100 autocall with a twist. It incorporates a lookback feature designed to mitigate the impact of any sudden falls in the market that occur during the first few months of the product term – a period of time encompassing the UK general election, which some commentators fear could usher in a period of political instability.

The product, which strikes on April 17, has an autocall structure and will call early if the FTSE 100 is at or above the strike level

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