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Structured Products

Structured Products

You want more flexibility and options than conventional investment products provide. With structured products, you can act on your market views. Explore the risks and opportunities with us.

Your Benefits

  • Invest in line with your market expectations
  • Flexible investment instrument
  • Small capital outlay

How Structured Products Work

Structured products bank on the occurrence of certain market scenarios. They are the perfect complement to stocks, bonds and mutual funds.

Indirect investment with fixed term to maturity

Structured products are investment solutions that combine one or more underlying assets (e.g. shares, bonds, stock indexes) with a derivative component. They can be used to bank on different market scenarios. That way, you can earn a positive return even when the markets trend sideways. Credit Suisse offers various structures with more than 500 underlying securities.

 This enables you to successfully execute your own personal strategy.

This enables you to successfully execute your own personal strategy.

Categories of Structured Products

There are three basic categories of structured products. They let you adjust risks and opportunities until they line up with your preferences.

  • Participation products

  • Yield enhancement products

  • Capital protection products

Your Choice. Our Solution

You want more flexibility than conventional investments offer. With structured products, you can put together your own customized investment. Our client advisors will help you select the right structures and underlyings.

Learn about the Risks

Structured products are securities that offer big rewards. However, they carry risks, too. That makes it essential for you to learn as much as you can about the various products.

  • Issuer risk

  • Liquidity risk

  • Market risk

  • Currency risk