Vontobel structured products platform adds four private banks

Competition intensifies in battle for Asia structured products market

Vontobel: Deritrade is key to growth strategy

Swiss bank Vontobel's Deritrade structured products platform has gained the upper hand in the battle for Asia's structured products market, by adding four private bank distributors. Two new issuing banks are also close to signing, says the bank.

KGI Securities, LGT, Maybank and Union Bancaire Privee have signed up to Deritrade's multi-issuer platform in Asia to receive prices for equity linked structured products for distribution to their high-net-worth clients.

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