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RBS launches second set of structured products with deVere

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The Royal Bank of Scotland and the deVere Group have launched a second series of structured products following the creation of a distribution alliance in February.

In February this year the companies established a distribution alliance for structured products.

The first two products launched as part of this alliance were the RBS Dynamic Asset Allocator Note and the RBS Autocallable Note.

As a result of the success of the relationship so far, deVere and RBS are launching a second series of offers using the same investment story.

"We are exceptionally pleased at the results achieved in our first series of launches with RBS and are delighted that the bank is keen to develop the distribution alliance further through the launch of a new series of products," says Nigel Green, deVere Group chief executive.

"The first two products launched with deVere Group have been very successful and have demonstrated the strength of the deVere brand within the offshore market place," adds Andy Savill, UK and offshore structured products sales director for RBS.
 

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