Slowly but surely structured products continue to expand their footprint across markets and regions with a number of new advisors becoming advocates of these products as an alternative to existing investments and a way to get higher yields while protecting capital.

Peruvian wealth management specialist fintech financial advisor Zest Capital sold US$60.75m worth of structured products in 2019 including knockout, credit-linked notes and capital-protected structures. SRP spoke to the firm’s managing director Arthur Silva (pictured) about the Peruvian structured products market and its plans to position structured products as an alternative to fixed income products in its clients’ portfolios. A Peruvian advisor with a Brazilian touch A Brazilian

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