HSBC, JPMorgan Issue Split Structured Deal

HSBC and JPMorgan issued identical auto-call knock-out notes Wednesday, reportedly for JPMorgan Private Bank. The combined USD132 million offering was also one of the largest structured products registered in months.

  • 07 Aug 2009

--Zeke Faux

HSBC and JPMorgan issued identical auto-call knock-out notes Wednesday, reportedly for JPMorgan Private Bank. Split orders are a rarity in structured products, but they allow the end user to diversify counterparty credit risk. The combined USD132 million offering was also one of the largest structured products registered ...

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