Below are thought leadership pieces focused on structured products. These accounts provide insights from experts who have played a pivotal role in the field.
Over the last two years the larger underlyings have continued to dominate the notional going into structured products which continued to beat their referenced assets even after times of market disruption.
Structurers and traders at investment banks involved in structured products are constantly assessing pricing and risk management as part of the issuance program they are involved in.
Standard option pricing models in finance, like the Black-Scholes model, would suggest that call returns are positive, and that call returns should be higher, the higher the strike of the option.
In the early stages of the Covid pandemic in 2020, there was significant economic turmoil and a stock market crash.
We look at the potential trajectory of several structures’ secondary value to highlight the importance for investors to understand their position in a portfolio.
There is little doubt that fixed indexed annuities (FIAs) provide a risk-return function that investors want – they limit losses and have the ability to shape potential returns. But since interest rates have decreased, indexed annuities linked to risk control indices have become increasingly popular.
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