Wealth managers: How and why we use structured products

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Despite negative press, structured products still form part of many wealth manager portfolios. Joanna Faith looks into their appeal.

It has been five years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers brought to the fore the issue of counterparty risk in structured products. While some members of the intermediary community still regard the...

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