Simple structures

Volatility in the credit markets is hindering the accurate pricing of structured products that are based on a combination of sovereign and corporate credit. An increase in sovereign risk has even prompted one bank to withdraw such a deal. But as Sophia Morrell discovers, certain credit-linked notes are enjoying healthy demand

The structured finance market has suffered more than most during the travails of the past 18 months. Products such as constant proportion debt obligations, which offered

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