Genuine inflection point or just more regulatory jargon?
Event set for 14 June
Charges are unclear in many areas, advisers say
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Scheme considers liquidated structured products manager liable for some costs incurred by investors
Lowes Financial Management crunches the numbers
Investec Structured Products has launched a deposit plan for retirees it says offers an alternative to traditional annuities.
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The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has ruled advisers could not reasonably have known Lehman Brothers was in financial turmoil when they recommended clients invest in structured products to which it was counterparty, in a trio of rulings.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Credit Suisse International (CSI) £2.4m and Yorkshire Building Society more than £1.4m for giving undue prominence to a structured product's near-unattainable potential return.
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Investec Structured Products is launching a capital-protected plan to reflect investor uncertainty over the extent of the UK's economic recovery.
Structured product provider Morgan Stanley has launched a capital-at-risk plan linked to the FTSE 100, offering investors a return equal to more than twice the index's performance over its six-year term.
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Nine companies have been named Adviser Firm of the Year in their respective regions at the Professional Adviser Awards 2014.
Professional Adviser and Protected Product Review (PPR) are delighted to announce the winners of the PPR Structured Product Awards 2013.
Former Legal and General head of structured solutions James Harrington is joining Lowes Group as a consultant.
Investec Structured Products has launched three new plans which are available for investment until 16 August.
‘Overconfident’ and ‘nervous' investors are unsuitable candidates to be investing in structured products, according to new research.