COVERED WARRANT PLAIN VANILLAThey come in two types, based on faculty:
LEVERAGE CERTIFICATESCertificates that track the performance of the underlying asset with leverage effect. The most common types of leverage certificates are:
INVESTMENT CERTIFICATESInvestment certificates are financial instruments that track the performance of the underlying asset without leverage effect. They come in two types: derivative securities that follow linearly the underlying asset (e.g. Benchmark and Quanto Certificates) and certificates that add to that basic structure one or more accessory options (e.g. Discount, Equity Protection and Structured Certificates).
STRUCTURED/EXOTIC COVERED WARRANTS: Covered Warrants whose main component is a combination of call and/or put and/or exotic options. Exotic options can be defined as non-standard derivatives with complex payoff structures that are usually aimed to satisfy specific needs of the investors. The most common types of structured/exotic covered warrants are the following ones:
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