Structured product

Definition:

Structured products are investment vehicles based on a basket of underlying securities, such as derivatives, equities, debt issuance, commodities, indices, currencies, or any combination thereof. See: Debt instrument, Asset allocation decision, Structured finance

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Public limited partnership

A limited partnership with an unlimited number of partners that is registered with the SEC and is available for public trading by broker/dealers.

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