Barclays has launched a structured products service allowing financial advisers to tweak its product suite to suit the needs of clients.
The service, called Integrate, will allow intermediaries to customise aspects including return characteristics and underlying asset classes.
The bank said the turnaround from design to offering will take between one and six weeks.
A Barclays specialist will be on hand to guide advisers through each step of the process and the products will be able to include exposure to familiar domestic markets or alternatives, such as emerging markets.
Bryan Parkinson, Director, UK IFA Distribution, Barclays, commented: "As the intermediary landscape changes, advisers and their clients are increasingly searching for a tailored solution to meet their investment needs.
"This new offering aims to meet these personal requirements and work towards quickly creating an investment portfolio which reflects the wishes of clients."
The bank added the new service will be suitable for individual clients, small groups of investors, organisations, pension schemes and charities.
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