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 What are Specified Investment Products (SIPs)?

Specified Investment Products are products that have structures, features and risks that may be more complex in nature.

Examples of Specified Investment Products include:

  • Certain Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)/ Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs)
  • Futures
  • Structured Warrants
  • Callable Bull/ Bear Contracts (CBBCs)
  • Certificates

Examples of SIPs Listed on SGX include:

  • Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs)
  • Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs)
  • Futures
  • Options
  • Structured Warrants
  • Synthetic Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

Examples of Unlisted SIPs include:

  • Contracts for Differences (CFDs)
  • Foreign Exchange Margin Trading
  • Structured Deposits and Dual Currency Investments
  • Structured Products
  • Unit Trusts and Investment-linked Insurance Policies

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