ING launches second series of Lion ELNs.

Product will be based on the performance of basket of HK financial and property chips.

Following the launch of its debut Lion equity linked notes ELN in January, ING has rolled out a second series of the ELN in Hong Kong.

Similar to the January series one offering, ING has included an equally weighted stock basket of some of the territory's bluest-chips. The second series offers a potential return of 40.92% and a minimum total coupon payment of 11% over the two-year tenor of the investment.

Whereas the first round drew its upside potential from a sectorally diverse basket, the second series of the Lion equity linked notes consist of five Hong Kong financial and property firms that include Cheung Kong Holdings,...

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