Peak Passes For Equity Unwinds

Asian equity heads are reporting a slowing in the rate of unwind requests for private banking client portfolios, and that the peak has passed.

  • 30 Apr 2008
--Harry Thompson

Asian equity heads are reporting a slowing in the rate of unwind requests for private banking client portfolios, and that the peak has passed. Many private banking clients found themselves sitting on large portfolios of shares built up through structures like accumulators. Over recent months clients have ...

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