Is it time to revisit structured products?

Following years of strong returns

Mike Sheen
The average per annum return of index-based investment products was 6.8%, according to FVC

The average per annum return of index-based investment products was 6.8%, according to FVC

Structured products (SPs) have outperformed funds, bonds and cash in recent years, research suggests, after delivering universally positive performance since 2016.

But fund buyers argue the strong returns and the element of protection they offer must be weighted with their unique set of risks as well as their relative complexity. Lowes launches structured investment...

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