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UKSPA Product Codes

Structured products are used by many investors to achieve defined returns and a certain level of protection against market falls. There is a range of different products available to UK retail investors, and no standard naming convention. Often, the same type of product will be marketed under a different name by different providers.

UKSPA has therefore created a series of Product Codes, broken down into four main sectors: Protected, Non-Protected, Growth and Income. These codes are intended as a reference guide, to help advisers and investors understand what the different types of product are and their key features. Please look out for our logos and Product Code numbers on our members' product brochures, and refer back to this page to find out more information.

To view our educational videos please click on the relevant product code below in each sector.

Please note that the information contained in these pages is for information only, and investors must still read the literature for a specific product in full before making a decision to invest in that product.

You can find our Product Code logos on all of our members' product brochures.
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Representing the collective interests of leading structured product manufacturers in the UK

The UK Structured Products Association ('UKSPA') is a membership organisation established by the leading manufacturers of structured products in the UK. UKSPA provides a unified voice for its members, working with regulators, financial advisers and other trade bodies. It serves a number of important functions, including engaging with regulators, developing best practice guidelines, educating the investment community and providing a useful source of information for manufacturers, financial advisers and retail investors within the UK.

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