Merrill Lynch International (MLI) is working on the architecture for a number of structured product...
Merrill Lynch International (MLI) is working on the architecture for a number of structured product deals aimed at discretionary managers and other product providers. MLI, the banking arm of Merrill Lynch, is planning medium-term note structures linked to the FTSE 100 index, with other indices to be included subject to demand. The structures essentially combine a fixed-term bond with a number of options on the performance of the underlying index. These can then be wrapped by intermediaries or other providers for distribution to investors as a white-labelled product or under the Merrill Lynch brand. Merrill Lynch Investment Managers will not be involved in their distribution.
Will remain until completion of OM's managed separation
Dispute over structure of combined group
Financial Guidance and Claims Bill
Favorable tax treatment
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