SunGard: Investor Protection Questions Your Firm Can’t Afford to Ignore

It’s 2007. Imagine a small-cap company, such as a family-run farm, and imagine the farmer needs to renew a loan he has with his bank. The bank salesman thinks in terms of rolling over a swap, and proposes a structured product protecting his client from rising interest rates. The downside is the collateral flow if interest rates hike south. The farmer, not as concerned about falling interest rates as he is about borrowing money, looks to the upside of protection if interest rates go up and

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