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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ivan Kuznetsov
Design and Perfomance Evaluation of Structured Financial Products
Financial Engineering
(Master’s programme)
7
2017
Structured products as a sort of investment products, that have appeared recently, are gradually taking their place on the global markets proving their necessity, as they enable to attract new assets to the market, which have positive impact on the economy – both micro and macro levels. This area is poorly studied and described scientifically, both in Russia and abroad, therefore it is relevant and interesting. The aim of the master's thesis is to evaluate performance of structured products offered on the market for private investors, and to compare their profitability with alternative investments. The thesis describes the basic concepts, types and forms of structured products, pricing and attractiveness of the products. The object of the study is structured products offered on the Russian market. The Master`s thesis contains 49 pages, 25 references, 14 figures and 5 tables.

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