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  • Debt Instruments
  • Bonds are debt. They are debt because when an investor buys a bond they are effectively loaning the bond's issuer a sum of money and that issuer is incurring a debt. So the issuer or seller of the bond - is a borrower and the investor - or buyer of the bond - is a lender...>>>

  • Equities and Other Stock Market Instruments
  • When you buy equities, also known as shares or stocks, you literally become a part-owner of that business. If, for example, ABC Plc has 100,000 shares worth £1 each and you buy £1,000 of shares, you own 1% of the company...>>>

  • Foreign Exchange (FX)
  • Foreign-exchange rate between two currencies specifies how much one currency is worth in terms of the other. It is the value of a foreign nation’s currency in terms of the home nation’s currency...>>>

  • Derivative Products
  • A futures contract is a standardized contract that calls for the delivery of a specific quantity of a specific product at some time in the future at a predetermined price...>>>

  • Investment Funds
  • An investment fund is a way of investing money with others to participate in a wider range of investments than feasible for most individual investors, and to share the costs and benefits of doing so.....>>>

  • Structured Investments
  • Structured products are hybrid instruments created to meet specific needs that cannot be met from the standardized financial instruments available in the markets....>>>