Challenges ahead

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There have always been people in the funds business who can best be described as sceptical of capital-guaranteed products. They argue that the management fees are often unreasonably high given that the lion’s share of the investment is simply slapped in a zero-coupon bond. They might even draw your attention to the occasional option structure that, while sounding pretty impressive in the marketing brochure, is actually unlikely to give the investor much upside potential.

Nonetheless, even

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