Structured Products are securities whereby a derivative or combination of various derivatives or other strategies have been used by the issuer to achieve a specific investment outcome.

Who is this for?

Structured Products are used by institutional and private investors.

Types of Structured Products:

A wide variety of Structured Products exist, some typical structures include:

  • Yield enhancement products
  • Capital protection products
  • Leveraged performance products


  • Provides exposure to a variety of underlying instruments which include local and international focused assets.
  • Structured Products have maturities of typically between 3-5 years
  • Bought and sold during JSE trading hours, however, Structured Products are typically buy-and-hold instruments.
  • Listed and traded in ZAR.
  • Well regulated by the JSE.

How to get it:


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