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Structured products have really gained in popularity the past few years because of their many benefits both in terms of portfolio diversification and potential profitability.

Take a look at this section regularly. You’ll be among the first to invest in new structured product issues and you’ll be able to take advantage of every opportunity to choose products with or without protected principal.

Those products are available for a specific time period which
varies according to the product type and market conditions
or ends when the maximum authorized limit has been reached
for each issue.


Current Issues

Principal Protected Notes


Non Principal Protected Notes

NBC Auto Callable Note Securities (Maturity-Monitored Barrier) linked to the Canadian market, due on December 13, 2021
NBC Bonus™ (Booster) Note Securities (Maturity-Monitored Barrier) linked to a portfolio of Canadian banks, due on December 16, 2022

 

 

    

National Bank Direct Brokerage (NBDB) provides access to certain new issues of structured products. The term “new issue” designates all securities offered by a legal entity to the public for the first time. New issues offered by NBDB include principal-protected notes and non principal-protected notes (also known as linked notes). NBDB provides no guarantee and makes no recommendations regarding these investments. You must determine if a product is compatible with your investment objectives and your risk tolerance. Please consult the information documents of all securities before investing. Certain restrictions for subscription may be imposed based on the place of residence of the investor. All intentions to buy new issues must be communicated to a representative at 1-800-363-3511. NBDB cannot guarantee that it will be able to fulfill your intention to buy, as issue allocation to NBDB may be limited or even unknown at the time that you identify your intention to buy. Your request may not be executed or may be executed only partially. NBDB, National Bank of Canada (“NBC”) and other subsidiaries of NBC may derive certain revenues from the distribution of these products. Transaction fees may apply, please see the Fees section of our website for more details.

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