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Structured Products - the next generation...

Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Roger Studer shares his views on investing in structured products and what the next generation holds in store.

A SQUARE :: 18Apr07 Structured Products - the next generation...
Category Structured Finance
Faculty Roger Studer
Expertise Structured Products
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Roger Studer is head of financial products, Bank Vontobel, and president of the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA). He shares his views on:

Investing in structured products… the next generation!

What are the next generation of structured products like?
The next generation of structured products are no longer confined to assets that form a passive base. Instead, the underlying assets (combination of financial instruments and derivatives) can be dynamically engineered to optimise and deliver the risk- return - cost profile being sought. As a trend, structured products increasingly traverse multiple asset classes such as - commodities, hedge funds, credit,fixed income, indices, etc.

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