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Private bankers sold on currency structured products

Private bankers are buying an increasing number of structured products linked to currency movements, to provide more attractive yields to their clients.

“Over the past few years, it’s been difficult to give clients good returns from many equity-linked structured products. But we’ve found that there have been opportunities to get good returns in currency markets, because there is some degree of volatility,” says Philip Bastiman, London

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