Structured products in the form of equity-linked derrivatives have seen a rapid rise in popularity in the field of wealth management.
Structured products are combinations of derivatives and traditional financial instruments such as stocks and bonds. The various components are combined into a single financial instrument and securitized.
Discusses the characteristics and practical applications of structured products.
In addition to providing a description of the structured products, this book focuses on their practical applications, showing how they can generate added value as part of an integrated investment process.
Colourful charts help present the material in an attractive, real-world context.
Table of contents
- Title page
- Copyright page
- CHAPTER 1: Derivatives
- CHAPTER 2: Structured Products
- CHAPTER 3: The Investment Process
- CHAPTER 4: Using Structured Products in Wealth Management
- Title: Structured Products in Wealth Management
- Release date: September 2008
- Publisher(s): Wiley
- ISBN: 9780470823309
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