Nordics Webinar 2020
Digital| 10 December 3PM CET
The coronavirus pandemic had a marked impact on the sale and distribution of structured products across the Nordic markets – particularly at the start of the crisis, where investors were stung by the collapse of interest rates. Local players are developing innovative investment structures – particularly with respect to a mutual fund linked structures, ESG investments and locally-linked underlying.
As structurers offer more values-based investment solutions, the need to understand the end investor and the factors that play into their investment decisions is greater than ever. Which is why on 10 December SRP is hosting a webinar to explore "What do Nordic investors want?"
Join this webinar to discover:
- How have investment behaviours changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic? What kinds of products appeal most to Nordic investors, and how has risk appetite been affected by covid-19?
- What impact has the crisis had on the sale and distribution of structured products in the Nordics?
- How has the role of IFAs and distributors changed during 2020?
- What would an ideal portfolio safeguard against market volatility look like?
- How are misconceptions about structured products being addressed to drive the growth of the market?
Why attend SRP Nordics 2020?
SRP Nordics 2020 will bring together senior-level senior representatives from local and international investment banks, insurance companies, retail & private banks, asset managers, hedge funds, IFAs, law firms, regulators, index providers, exchanges and the wider derivatives ecosystem from the Nordic region to connect,network and discuss the most recent challenges and opportunities that are defining the future of the Nordics alternative investments industry.
SRP NORDICS CONFERENCE 2019 IN NUMBERS:
Familiarize yourself with our Nordics Performance Report 2009-2019Q1
This report analyses the performance of subscription-based structured retail products marketed in the four Nordic countries: Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. SRP analysed the last 10 years of products and decided to answer the question: do structured products deliver on what they promise? The conclusion is, overall, a positive one.
The report’s primary finding is encouraging: structured products averaged a 3.38% annualised return between 2009 and 2019Q1, and, crucially, performance has been increasing since 2009 in spite of the lasting effects of the financial crisis and oil price volatility on the capital markets as a whole. DOWNLOAD REPORT
Learn the latest from our 2020 insight articles on the Nordics market!
As the industry comes to terms with the modifications of Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) proposed by the ESAs under the Priips review, SRP caught up with Fredrik Bonthron (pictured), head of the Swedish structured product association (SPIS), to discuss the current regulatory environment and the top items in the trade body's agenda. READ MORE.
The inconsistency between the Ucits and Priips regime remains a concern as well as some of the modifications on Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) proposed by the ESAs under the Priips review including 'performance scenarios' and 'summary risk indicators (SRI) indicators'. READ MORE.
The asset manager is targeting private investors with its first structured products in Finland. READ MORE.
The bank's capital-protected products have held their own in recent turbulent times, returning on average between three and 3.50% per year. READ MORE.
Fifty retail and four private banking products were added to the SRP Sweden database in the third quarter of 2020. READ MORE.
Get in touch with us!
Speaking opportunities contact:
+44 (0)20 7779 8789
Marketing & registration inquiries contact:
+44 (0)20 7779 8529
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