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Deutsche launches Bangladeshi access platform

New suite of derivatives products give investors exposure to Dhaka's stock market.
Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world, but smart investors have quietly been making money there for the past few years on the back of strong economic growth and a booming stock market.

The growing level of interest has prompted equity derivatives desks at the big investment banks to start offering hassle-free ways for investors to buy into the Dhaka stock exchange. Deutsche Bank yesterday launched an institutional platform, aXess Bangladesh, and Citi started offering such access trades last May.

Investors who bought the index at the start of 2007 pocketed an 87% return by the end of the year, compared to a 38% return on the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index. Just...
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