2017 Structured Products Report

 


Asian Private Banker’s 2017 Structured Products Report provides a comprehensive breakdown of the structured products markets in Hong Kong and Singapore, using a combination of quantitative and qualitative research.

Asian Private Banker‘s 2017 Structured Products Report provides a comprehensive breakdown of the structured products markets in Hong Kong and Singapore, using a combination of quantitative and qualitative research. In 2017, 13.7% of private banks’ revenues were attributable to structured products. In parallel, direct equities were the dominant underlying asset accounting for 64.9% of the structured products at private banks in Asia. US dollar denominated assets take the lion’s share, with 64.7% of underlying assets and preference for structured products that have a maturity between zero and three months remains strong, accounting for 39% of the market.

In 2017, private banks approved close to four new structures and one new structured product provider each on average. Looking ahead to 2018 and notwithstanding existing challenges, most of our contributors expressed their optimism about the prospects of the structured products markets in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Included in the Executive Summary:

  • Research Methodology Overview
  • Chart 1: Percentage of RMs’ Total PB Revenue in Asia Attributable to Structured Products
  • Chart 2: Percentage Breakdown of Structured Products by Underlying Asset
  • Table 1: 2016, 2017 Maturity Buckets of Structured Products
  • Chart 3: Do You Use Online Platforms for Structured Product Execution?

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This survey was conducted independently by Asian Private Banker, but was made possible through the sponsorship of Vontobel and Citi.

Full Research Report Length: 31 pages
Price: US$6,500.00 (Purchase Full Report)

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