Structured products and the two-minute rule
Structured products may be complicated when you peel back the wrapping, but they should be easy to explain to investors, says Frenklah at RBS.
Garry Frenklah is responsible for private bank sales at Royal Bank of Scotland in Hong Kong. Here he speaks about what role structured products should play in an investor's portfolio and what products to avoid.
What are the most popular structured products among private banking clients
In Hong Kong and Singapore 85-90% of business is comprised of three flow structures. First, there are equity-linked notes, from the simplest version, with a single put, to a worst-of put or a put...
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