Structured product provider Keydata has launched three plans in response to adviser demand.
The firm has launched issue nine of its Dynamic Growth Plan Plus, issue 20 of its Extra Income Plan and issue three of its Defined Income Plan.
Keydata says the Dynamic Growth Plan Plus enables investors to exploit the “much-predicted” limited growth in the FTSE 100 in the short to medium term by gearing any rises.
The Extra Income Plan aims to provide an attractive investment income for its investors as well as a return of capital over a six year period, which may be taken as quarterly or annual income.
The Defined Income Plan invests in a Bond listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, which has underlying assets including a combination of cash and a portfolio of Traded Life Policies.
The Dynamic Growth and Defined Income Plans close on 4 July for ISA transfers and 18 July for all other investments. The Extra Income Plan shuts on 27 June for ISA transfers and 11 July for other investments.
Mark Owen, Keydata director of sales and strategy, says: “As some of the FTSE commodities are pricing very well, there is an opportunity to create some very competitive structured products and these new plans reflect this tried and tested model.
“Our clients also prefer to recommend products based on simple indices over products based on a basket of shares or commodities, since they are less vulnerable to sector specific volatility.
“These new plans will offer clients good returns as sensible core investments for their portfolios.”
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