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SG's Lee says innovation not enough in structured products

SGÆs Sandra Lee takes a cue from the perils of the funds market to help grow the space for retail structured products.
A handful of providers first marketed mutual funds in Asia in the 1980s. Despite two decadesÆ worth of product development, marketing and investor education, the mutual funds industry penetrated 3% of household savings in Hong Kong until only a few years ago.

Sandra Lee has been in the funds industry for much of that period, building a career in retail business development at JF Asset Management, among the industryÆs pioneers in Asia, and then moving to HSBC Investments. At the end of 2005, she moved to a bank, SG, to shift from funds to structured products. As managing director and head of retail marketing and product development of structured products and equity derivatives for...
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