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Keydata publishes structured products guide

Keydata has produced an educational guide to structured products as a tools advisers can use with their clients to demonstrate the benefits of the investment vehicle.

As part of Keydata’s national education campaign, the guide provides a comprehensive summary of structured products, when they might be suitable for clients, important things to consider and understanding volatility and returns.

It also looks at how costs compare and the tax implications.

Keydata director of sales and strategy Mark Owen says: “When we asked our adviser clients for feedback about services and tools in the marketplace, they told us they felt there was not enough educational material available that could help them explain the attributes and benefits of structured products.

“Our new guide serves as a summary for advisers as well as an instrument to help advisers educate new clients about structured products and the important part they play in sensible portfolio construction.”


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