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MM Wired: Structured products in uncertain markets

Date: 22nd June 2016

Time: 10am

This year has seen extreme volatility in both the UK and global markets. This means investors have pushed into absolute return strategies, looking to achieve smoother returns in jumpy markets, and to protect on the downside. But could structured products also fill this gap, offering upside and downside protection? We will look at how the two options stack up in market volatility, and the pros and cons of each

Panellists:

  • Jason Baran, Insight Analyst, Defaqto
  • Alistair Cunningham, Financial Planning Director, Wingate Financial Planning
  • Colin Brockman , Head of Retail Distribution – Structured Equity Derivatives, Investec Bank
  • Anthony Villis, Managing Partner First Wealth

Chair: Laura Suter, Head of Investment News, Money Marketing

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