Structured Products - 2007-05-01

London & Capital bucks the trend

Fund managers tend to dismiss structured investments out of hand. But London & Capital has gone against the grain and established its own structured products division to target high-net-worth individuals, family offices and other distributors. Amanda Lee…

Market snapshot

Tim Mortimer of Future Value Consultants looks at pricing issues of structured products in different markets and provides his trade of the month

A look inside Incapital

Incapital, a US structured products distributor, recently hired Glenn Lotenberg from CIBC. Keith Styrcula, chairman of the Structured Products Association, asks Lotenberg how Incapital is looking to differentiate itself from the crowd

A taste for complexity

When constant proportion debt obligations first hit the market late last year, many market participants complained that they were too complex, even for sophisticated institutional clients. Now, however, growing numbers of bankers are predicting that the…

Editor's letter

Efforts towards more coherent marketing principles and educating advisers - rather than increasingly fanciful underlyings or payouts - are surely more important for the future of the industry

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