RBS Gears Up Retail FX

The Royal Bank of Scotland is gearing up to launch fx structures under its structured investor products program in the Hong Kong market.

  • 25 Apr 2008
The Royal Bank of Scotland is gearing up to launch fx structures under its structured investor products program in the Hong Kong market. Moses Lui, head of retail distribution for Hong Kong at RBS, said the product is ready and the firm is talking to distributors to establish ...

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