Actively Managed Certificates
What is an Actively Managed Certificate (AMC)?
Actively Managed Certificates (AMCs) are retail structured products that take a dynamic and discretionary approach, letting you actively control your preferred investment plan. AMCs can replicate an underlying index and can be considered similar to active management in actively managed Investment Funds or ETFs.
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- Risks and Considerations: Retail structured products are complex financial instruments that involve a high degree of risk. Investors should carefully consider the risks and uncertainties associated with these products before investing. These risks include, but are not limited to, credit risk, market risk, liquidity risk, and operational risk. The value of these products may fluctuate, and investors may lose some or all of their investment.
- Suitability: Retail structured products may not be suitable for all investors. These products may have limited liquidity and may be subject to early redemption or call features, which may limit an investor’s ability to realize the full value of their investment. Before investing, investors should consider their financial situation, investment objectives, risk tolerance, and other factors to determine whether these products are suitable for them.
- Disclosure: Retail structured products may be subject to different disclosure requirements than other investment products. Investors should carefully review the disclosure documents, offering materials, and other information provided by the issuer or distributor before investing.
- Counterparty Risk: Retail structured products are typically issued by a single entity, which may be subject to credit risk. If the issuer or any counterparty defaults, investors may lose some or all of their investment.
- Liquidity: Retail structured products may have limited liquidity, and investors may be unable to sell their investment at the desired time or price.
- Tax and Legal Considerations: Retail structured products may have tax and legal implications, and investors should consult their tax and legal advisors before investing.
- Fees and Expenses: Retail structured products may be subject to fees and expenses, which may reduce an investor’s return.
- Past Performance: Past performance and simulations are not reliable indicators of future performance. The value of your investment may fall as well as rise, meaning that you may not get back your initial investment.
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