Critics of structured products are guilty of "utter ignorance" while advisers who shun them could be putting their own profit before their clients' best interests, according to Ian Lowes.
The Lowes Financial Management managing director, a long-time advocate of structured products, said the nature of the investments makes them less profitable for advisers and thus potentially less attractive...
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