Structured Products (SP)

    Structured Product is a hybrid investment instrument consist of,

  • A fixed income instruments
  • An Underlying Instruments or equity instrument
  • A Hedging Instruments of Underlying
  • Different from PMS and Mutual Fund Investments

    Types of Structured Products:

    Categorized mainly in 3 Types,

  • Full Capital Protection Product
  • Partial Capital Protection Product
  • Non Capital Protection Product

Advantage:

  • Principal protection (depending on the type of structured product)
  • Tax-efficient access to fully taxable investments
  • Enhanced returns within an investment (depending on the type of structured product)
  • Reduced volatility or risk within an investment (depending on the type of structured product)
  • Ability to earn a positive return in low-yield or flat equity market environments
  • Ability to minimize issuer risk by using collateral secured instruments (COSIs) backed with collateral in the form of securities or cash deposits