Structured Products Technology Rankings 2012

Operational risk and effective risk management have taken over from exotic innovation in the structured products market. With the barriers to entry still big enough to put off new entrants to the technology market, the composition of the top 10 technology companies for this part of the investment world have merely been shuffled. Clive Davidson talks to the providers and analyses this year’s responses to the Structured Products technology survey. Research was provided by Fiona Maurer


The history of structured products is one of responding to users' requests for new solutions beyond those offered by standard instruments. Whether it be to tap into new sources of yield, to protect principal or to find more efficient ways of financing, the structured products market has been about pursuing innovation to meet the emerging needs of investors or to exploit new business opportunities. In essence, it is all about flexibility in the face of evolving requirements.

PDF of survey results

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