Securitized derivative

A securitized derivatives product is a tradable financial instrument designed to meet specific investor needs and to respond to different investment strategies, by incorporating special, non-standard features. These products are in general used for capital protection, hedging against exposure to national or foreign equities, indices variations, commodity and currencies prices, arbitrage strategies, directional trading, etc. Each securitized derivatives product has its own characteristics. They are generally issued by intermediaries different from the issuer of the underlying financial instruments. Securitized derivatives products include different types of instruments such as (but not limited to) covered warrants and certificates.

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