The report shows that retail investors using structured products face higher entry point costs since 2021.

The cost of investing in structured products increased in 2022 for most product types and issuers, according to the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma). The variation in costs across payoff types may reflect the degree of complexity in the product The regulator’s 2023 Market Report on the Costs and Performance of EU Retail Investment Products, which references data from SRP, found that the cost of products issued in 2022 went up for a majority of payoff types and issuers c

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