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Structured products are complex, and usually embedded with derivatives, where value is based on underlying assets.

Some structured products are listed on the stock exchange, such as derivative warrants and callable bull/bear contracts. Others are unlisted and sold by intermediaries, like banks. These include currency-linked and equity-linked investments.

Many structured products are high risk and are not suitable for inexperienced investors.

You should read the structured product's offering document and product key facts statement before making a decision. This will give details about the investment goal, strategy, risks, fees and procedures.

To learn more, see the following sections.

Basics

Introduction
Public offers of unlisted structured products
Key facts statements

ELI

Common terms for ELI
Key risks
Bull ELI
Airbag
Daily accrual
Early call
Combined features

Gold-linked deposits

Gold-linked deposits with cash as initial investment
Gold-linked deposits with paper gold as initial investment

Currency-linked investment products

Product features and key risks