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.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has pulled out of the retail structured product market due to high capital costs.
Morgan Stanley has launched a structured product, the Morgan Stanley UK Giants Selector Plan 2.
Meteor Asset Management is launching two products to add to its structured product range.
RSM Tenon has been reimbursed £5.5m following the settlement of a dispute with its professional indemnity (PI) insurers over who should pay for costs arising from its Financial Services Authority (FSA) fine in 2010.
Legal & General (L&G) has launched the 20th product in its ‘Growth Deposit Bond' series.
The custodian of ex-Merchant Capital structured products, Reyker Securities, has said it will levy charges on about 12,000 people invested in the schemes.
Savers will lose out if structured products continue to be "tarred with the one brush", according to financial adviser Ian Lowes.
Merchant House Group (MHG) has entered administration for reportedly failing to honour guarantee that it would pay liabilities relating to its structured product arm, Merchant Capital.
State-backed Lloyds bank has admitted that it mis-sold Scottish Widows structured products to thousands of customers and has said it will now undertake a review of sales, according to reports.
Christian Gardner, investment analyst at StructuredProductReview.com, compares four kick-out plans from different providers.
Jamie Smith, chairman of the UK Structured Products Association, asks: Is it time the consumer press were made more accountable for their coverage of structured products?
In the latest webinar from Professional Adviser, our panelists from Investec Structured Products and Morgan Stanley discussed Structured Products.
Structured products distribution specialist, Gilliat Financial Solutions, has launched its first offshore structured deposit.
Investec Bank and Morgan Stanley have both modified their structured products terms and conditions after the Financial Services Authority (FSA) found terms in both were potentially ‘unfair' to clients.
Nev Godley, vice president at Morgan Stanley, discusses the future for structured products in a post-RDR world.
A study suggesting investors are being misled on the returns they can expect from structured deposits has sparked a new dispute over the products' merits.