SocGen brings back structured credit

The French bank is offering a credit-linked note to retail investors in Singapore.

Societe Generale and Standard Chartered are banking on revived interest in structured credit with the launch of a new retail note in Singapore.

The S$100 million $73 million five-year programme is structured as a first-to-default basket linked to sovereign bonds from China, Thailand, Korea and Malaysia, and quasi-sovereign bonds sold by the State Bank of India. The Emerging Asia Retail Notes are issued by Societe Generale and distributed solely by Standard Chartered.

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