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Would you like to create your own structured product, custom built to fit your own personal needs? It's possible with our unique structured product builder! Choose the parameters yourself, select the level of capital protection required, choose the base asset that you want to use and the date when the product matures and make a product that's tailor made for you. Once you have decided how much you are going to invest, complete the remaining fields and click "Invest".
Structured Product Builder
Your product can be built on any one of the base assets in the table. Read the descriptions to learn about the various indexes, shares and commodities available. The codes for the currency pairs are also included here. Once you have chosen your base asset, a graph will be created based on the asset you selected, showing the potential return against the asset price.
Euro / US Dollar
Great Britain Pound / US Dollar
US Dollar / Japanese Yen
Australian Dollar / US Dollar
Euro / Japanese Yen
Euro / Swiss Franc
Australian Dollar / Japanese Yen
Australian Dollar / New Zealand Dollar
Canadian Dollar / Japanese Yen
Swiss Franc / Japanese Yen
Euro / Australian Dollar
Euro / Canadian Dollar
Euro / Great Britain Pound
Euro / New Zealand Dollar
Great Britain Pound / Australian Dollar
Great Britain Pound / Canadian Dollar
Great Britain Pound / Swiss Franc
Great Britain Pound / Japanese Yen
New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar
US Dollar / Canadian Dollar
US Dollar / Swiss Franc
US Dollar / Russian Ruble
The S&P500 is composed of 500 large companies listed on NYSE or NASDAQ exchanges in the US. It is one of the most popular indexes traded, and is considered a barometer of the US economy.
NASDAQ Composite Index
The NASDAQ Composite Index is derived from the NASDAQ exchange in the US, home to more than 5,000 US and non-US high technology companies. It is calculated from the average price of the component companies stock at the end of each trading day.
FTSE 100 Index
The FTSE 100 is the leading index of the London Stock Exchange and one of the most significant exchange indicators in Europe. It is based on the 100 largest companies on the FTSE in terms of capitalization.
An important exchange in Germany, whose calculation is based on average price of stock in the largest public companies of the country. The DAX is considered the German equivalent of the Dow Jones index.
The most high profile index of the Hong Kong stock exchange, which includes the average weighted price of 34 public companies in Hong Kong, comprising 65% of the capitalization of the exchange.
EURO STOXX 50
The principal index in the Eurozone comprising the 50 largest companies from 12 countries of the Eurozone: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Portugal.
MSCI Emerging Market
A composite index of emerging market economies including Russia, China, India, Brazil, Mexico and South Africa amongst others. It comprises the stock of the largest companies from these countries, from a variety of industries such as oil and gas, banking, telecommunications and more.
There is an array of futures contracts for differing agricultural commodities (sugar, coffee, cocoa, corn etc.), which providing the opportunity for a more stable income through diversification.
The oldest Russian index which today represents the most fundamental indicator of the securities market Russia. The index is based on the stock price of 50 of the highest capitalized Russian companies.
Gold is one of the rarest elements found in nature, yet has many technical applications. It also plays a significant role in the global financial system and many governments use gold for their insurance and reserve funds.
Each year sees the industrial demand for silver increase, yet the available reserves of this metal are severely limited. This makes silver a splendid object for investment funds.
Light Sweet Crude Oil
Light Sweet Crude oil is the benchmark oil of West Texas Intermediate (WTI), mined in the US state of Texas. Due to its high quality, it enjoys a healthy demand on the US and Chinese markets.
Henry Hub Natural Gas
Henry Hub is the largest gas hub in the US and lends its name to the futures contracts for this type of gas. The USA is the leading global gas extractor and the abundance of this type of fuel means that it accounts for almost a quarter of all energy consumption in the country.
Cocoa futures are traded on the US ICE exchange in New York. The annual global production of cocoa beans tops 70 billion USD, which is why the price of cocoa is followed by legions of investors and industrial consumers throughout the world.
Futures contracts on cereal crops, including wheat are one of the original exchange traded assets. Wheat is used to produce flour, for brewing beer, in the production of cattle food and in many other areas. The largest exporters of wheat in the world are the European Union, the USA, Australia, Canada, Russia and Argentina.
Sugar futures are traded on New York's ICE exchange. Only about 10-15% of sugar is freely traded on the global market so even small changes in the supply can affect the global sugar price.
While the soybean is officially classified as an oilseed, Soybean Futures are traded on the world's exchanges in the same group as grains. The US is the largest single producer of soybeans, but is being overtaken by Brazil and Argentina in exports of soybean meal and soybean oil.
Corn is the backbone of the agricultural industry and is widely used in food production and in a host of other industries. The largest producer and exporter of corn is the USA, and so the futures price of this grain is sensitive to US corn production.
An American corporation traded on the NASDAQ and the London Stock Exchange. A combination of unique and innovative technology has allowed this manufacturer of high-tech gadgets (personal computers, tablets, smartphones, and media players) to become one of the most valuable public companies in the world. Apple was one of the first developers of the modern, multitasking operating systems with a graphical user interface which played a part in the rise of the company.
The most popular international social network with a user base of over a billion. The 2012 IPO of Facebook was the largest technology listing on the financial markets to date.
One of the largest fast food restaurant chains in the world. Today, there are more than 34,000 restaurants open, serving over 70 million customers in 118 countries daily.
Microsoft Corporation is the world leader in the sphere of IT services and software. The company has offices in over 100 countries and has more than 90,000 employees. Today, Microsoft is considered one of the most valuable and stable brands.
The Coca-Cola Company
One of the most valuable brands in the world, this American beverage company specializes in the production and distribution of non-alcoholic drinks, syrups and concentrate. The Cocoa-Cola Company is one of the largest companies in the USA, and its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange and are included in the S&P 500 and the DJIA.
In just a few years Google Inc. has grown from a small US company into a transnational public corporation, whose primary growth factor is internet search, cloud computing and advertising technology. The company went public on August 18, 2004.
A Russian energy company whose main sphere of activity is the exploration, extraction and pipeline transport of gas, as well as the development, storage and sale of fossil fuel.
Sberbank of Russia
Founded in 1841, Sberbank of Russia is today the leading company in the Russian banking sector in overall volume and one of the largest banks in Europe. Sberbank is considered to be one of the most valuable global banking brands.
Here are some of the questions we get asked most often about structured products:
- How do I purchase a structured product?
- What is "product maturity"?
- Can I sell my structured product before it reaches maturity?
For more, please see our entire list of Structured Product FAQs.
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- The examples above are meant only to show how structured products work. The returns earned in the examples should not be construed as a guarantee of profits.
- You may purchase structured products denominated in Russian rubles and US dollars.
- The commission charged for investing in a structured product is 2% of the asset value. Commission is deducted at product maturity.
- Potential return is expressed as a per annum percentage.