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Structured deposits have some important characteristics that distinguish them from traditional deposits. In the case of fixed deposits, the returns and maturity periods are fixed. Structured deposits on the other hand have variable returns, and in some cases, variable maturities as well.

A structured deposit is essentially a combination of a deposit and an investment product, where the return is dependent on the performance of some underlying financial instrument. Typical financial instruments linked to such deposits include market indices, equities, interest rates, fixed-income.

Variable returns

•Global consumer discretionary

•Global consumer staples

•Global energy

•Global financials

•Global health care

•Global industrials

•Global technology

•Global materials

•Global telecommunications

•Global utilities

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