Love or hate them... structured products are back on the menu

Counterparty risk, charges and complexity have conspired to give structured products a bad name, but there are signs advisers are turning to them once again

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Counterparty risk, charges and complexity have conspired to give structured products a bad name, but there are signs advisers are turning to them once again.

The death knell for many structured products was sounded on 27 October 2009. That was the day the FSA announced “tough” action to help investors who received unsuitable advice or misleading literature...

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