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PAML forms product structuring and marketing relationship with Natixis


Prestige Asset Management Limited (PAML) has formed a product structuring, marketing and distribution relationship with Natixis, the corporate, investment and financial services arm of Groupe BPCE.

The deal involves Prestige’s UK and international marketing, sales and distribution teams distributing bespoke “market based” structured notes issued by Natixis Structured Issuance SA.
These products will be distributed globally by Prestige to its growing in house distribution teams which now includes 25 active “Affiliates” with an increasingly diverse investor base consisting of over 250 active investor groups and financial advisors and regular contact with several thousand others.
PAML’s international distribution affiliate, Prestige Asset Distribution Limited (PADL), has raised over USD775m over the past five years across a number of market based and non-market based Investment Funds and Investment products.
Craig Reeves, founder of Prestige Asset Management, says: “I am delighted that we are able to announce this tie up with such a prestigious and innovative banking group at such an interesting time both in our own eight year operating history and when there is such a clear divergence between equities and bonds. With many bond yields at near all-time lows, and many equity markets at near multi year highs, and with an increase in volatility likely in the coming months against a backdrop of potential rising interest rates and increasingly expensive real estate, there has seldom been a more relevant time in recent history to provide investors with a genuine potential alternative inflation hedge in an increasingly uncertain and volatile world. We have seen an increasing demand from our customers for innovative market based structured products that can take advantage of this kind of environment.”
The first set of products to launch will be five-year “Autocallable” Notes available in Euros, British Pounds and US Dollars. These notes will be based around a portfolio of five “Global Titan” blue-chip stocks – consisting of Banco Santander, GlaxoSmithKline, AT&T, Siemens and Sanofi.

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