A financial product is an instrument in which a person can either:
make a financial investment (for example, a share);
borrow money (for example, credit cards, loans or bonds); or
save money (for example, term deposits).
Financial products are issued by banks, financial institutions, governments or companies.
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Anurag specialises in corporate advisory, from assisting startup founders and investors, to business structures, to the sale and purchase of businesses. Before joining LegalVision, Anurag spent three years in the Corporate team at Linklaters London and two and a half years in the Corporate team at Allens Linklaters. He has a Masters in Law and Finance from the University of Oxford.
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