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Structured notes and derivatives

Structured note

A structured note, also referred to as structured bond, is a hybrid instrument that is typically issued by a financial institution. It combines complex financial techniques to provide a return linked to the performance of an underlying asset, such as a stock index or interest rate. The duration is always fixed and the invested capital (without penalty) is fully reimbursed at maturity, except in the event of bankruptcy or default by the issuer. More information can be found in the information shee t 'What are a structured products with 100% capital protection at maturity?' .

Derivative

This hybrid instrument is typically issued by a financial institution. It uses a combination of complex financial techniques to provide a return linked to the performance of an underlying asset, such as a stock index or interest rates. The duration is always fixed, but the invested capital is not protected at maturity. It may nevertheless, in some cases, provide a limit of maximum loss. More information can be found in the information sheet 'What are structured products without 100% capital protection at maturity?' .

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