LSE structured products trading doubles as liquidity and price discovery take centre stage
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has become a leading listing venue for structured products in Europe. In 2017, 650 structured products were admitted to London Stock Exchange markets, and the volume (over US$7bn equivalent), almost doubled 2016's 363 products and $3.9bn. SRP spoke to Elena Chimonides (pictured), fixed-income product specialist at the LSE, about the exchange's attempts to become the trading hub of choice for structured products providers.
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