A difficult landscape

Private banking


The structured products market is growing in Japan, with low interest rates pushing high-net-worth investors to consider a variety of yield-enhancing investments. The Japanese structured products market is now worth Yen12.5 billion ($105 million), according to figures from BNP Paribas. However, the market is dominated by a handful of Japanese banks - Mizuho, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Resona Bank, with foreign banks struggling to make

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