Structured products on the up in Canada



The Canadian structured products market received a boost last month with two companies, BMO Nesbitt Burns and VenGrowth Capital Partners, announcing plans to enter the market.

Canadian investment and wealth management firm BMO Nesbitt Burns has set up an equity-linked and mutual fund-linked products group, hiring Luke Seabrook and Duncan Marks to lead the new business.

Together they will develop non-proprietary products, both principal-protected and non-principal-protected, for the retail and

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