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Structured product
A structured product is an investment that bundles up a Portfolio of securities and other derivatives to create a single product. For example, a structured note can be a five-year Bond that has an embedded Equity or Currency Option in order to enhance its return. A structured product appeals to the investor who has a view on the market and a good idea of what his Risk/reward appetite is.
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