All the winners from SRP's virtual awards ceremony in 2020!
This is the first performance report that SRP releases for the Canadian market, and it comes at an interesting time for the structured product market. The period covered by the report, from 2015 to July of this year (2020), has been eventful, including several regional crises, uncertain commodity prices, economic and political tensions, and, more recently, a global pandemic.
According to this report, historical data shows that structured products in Canada have been on an upward trajectory performance-wise from 2017 onwards.
All the winning deals, teams and firms for this year's virtual Asia Pacific Awards...
Welcome to the 2019/2020 edition of SRP's France Performance Report. This year again, structured products have demonstrated their value, allowing investors to combine both capital protection and optimised returns.
SRP's editorial and data teams have combed through product data for key structured product jurisdictions to examine how the market environment during the global coronavirus outbreak compares to developments after the global financial crisis of 2007/8. Markets analysed include France, South Korea and the US.
All the highlights from SRP's flagship event in London.
All the shortlisted teams and organisations, and the winners, from SRP's 2020 Europe Awards. These were held in London on January 29.
When it comes to investing, the key for most people who want to make money is to avoid taking too much risk. In response to this, academics developed the modern portfolio theory (MPT). But the theory was formed before structured products existed...
Environmental and social governance (ESG) structured products are increasingly included in investment portfolios, and no longer the domain of utopian and visionary fixed income investors seeking a ‘feel good factor’.
This report is SRP’s attempt to shed some light on an area of increasing activity in the structured products market, by providing a comprehensive overview of the ESG structured products market with a timeline of the most significant developments covering the period from 2013 to 2018. It also includes a profile section with a selection of some of the most relevant index providers and manufacturers, as well as a country-by-country analysis, and a survey polling a selected number of senior executives from the buy-side.
NB: this report was updated in November 2019 to reflect some changes to the data.