Adviser 'dogma' has limited take up of structured products, says analyst

Nicola Brittain
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Take up of structured products within the UK is disproportionately low compared with the US and Europe in part because of dogma within the adviser community, according to one investment analyst.

Chris Taylor, from financial consultancy The Investment Bridge, told advisers that the UK's structured products market - at £50bn compared with the world wide market of £1trn - is disproportionately low....

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