U.S. Property Mart Looking Up

The U.S. market for property derivatives is set to pick up next year, with growth driven by physical property hedgers in the commercial sector and by property-linked notes on the residential side.

  • 28 Dec 2009

 Phil Barker

Phil Barker 

The U.S. market for property derivatives is set to pick up next year, with growth driven by physical property hedgers in the commercial sector and by property-linked notes on the residential side. Residential property derivatives have long been tipped as the next ...

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