Structured Financial Products (SFPs) are securities which reflect and implement a specific investment strategy with specific terms of risk-returns. The underlying securities of SFPs can be various financial instruments and their purpose is to satisfy specific investing needs that are not covered by the existing standardized products of the market. SFPs are distinguished in two basic categories: investment products and leverage products.
They are listed on the exchange and they are bought and sold during the official trading hours of the exchange, through its Members, just like shares
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