In January, the German market for structured products witnessed the usual domination of the equity asset class over other subdivisions. Instruments pegged to single share underlyings took a 400 products lead over their single index counterparts, whereas the credit asset class remained the third most popular investment option among German investors.

Excludes: Private Banking, Leverage, Flow & Others © Copyright 2019 According to the SRP Germany database, 632 newly issued products tied to stocks contributed nearly 64%, or an estimated €1 billion of capital, to January’s pipeline. Some 232 instruments linked to single indices poured an additional €421 million to the market. Another 51 credit-linked notes (CLNs), tied primarily to the creditworthiness of German businesses, and 29 struc

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