Jérémie Vuillard, head of investor solutions and services at SGPB Hambros, takes a look at whether there is still a place for structured notes in portfolios, particularly in today's low-yield environment.
At first glance, current economic conditions might not seem ideal, with interest rates being at unprecedented lows. There are, however, many ways to design and use structured notes. In particular, they...
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