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Dealers are increasingly relying on technology to sell structured products to distributors or directly on to retail and private banking clients. While only a few platforms so far offer real click-and-trade functionality, more are in the pipeline. Duncan Wood reports


Online platforms are becoming an increasingly common feature of the retail structured products market, as dealers attempt to reach out to new clients while servicing existing customers more efficiently. At the moment, the capabilities and coverage of many platforms are patchy, but they are maturing, and big improvements are planned for 2007.

There are at least eight banks with existing platforms - ABN Amro, Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Dresdner Bank, JP Morgan and

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