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How dispersion products work

A recent trend across some structured products markets is the increase in number of dispersion products that have been issued. One of...
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How PRIIPs metrics have moved in 2020

Across Europe, the retail investments industry (comprising structured products, funds and insurance investments) awaits ESMA’s...
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Decrement indices and structured products

Most retail structured products link to equity underlyings and in most cases the natural vehicle is an index. A flagship index...
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Structured products in falling markets

2020 has seen dramatic falls in all major markets. This started in February and accelerated in March as the global economy took fright...
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Digital structured products

The “digital” or fixed return product type has seen an increase in popularity in 2020. There are many different variations and...
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The rise of the range accrual

The Range Accrual product type is a long established payoff within the world of structured products. It provides income or growth that...
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Reverse convertibles: preferring fixed income

Despite losing ground to Auto-calls as the high yield structured product of choice, Reverse Convertibles retain decent market share....
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Credit linked products in 2019

Credit linked products continue to occupy an important niche in structured products markets and sales in 2019 year to date have...
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The decline of reverse convertibles in the US market

Back in 2007, reverse convertibles accounted for over 15% of sales in the US market, a figure which has decreased steadily in the...
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Kick-start product leads the way in Canada

The best performing product in Canada in January 2019 was linked to the iShares S&P/TSX Capped REIT Index ETF. This is the TD XRE...
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