You should refer to the term sheets for official details on all offerings, including risks involved, before investing in structured products.

Purchasing structured products involve derivatives and a higher degree of risk factors that may not be suitable for all investors. Such risks include risk of adverse or unanticipated market developments, issuer credit quality risk, risk of counterparty or issuer default, risk of lack of uniform standard pricing, risk of adverse events involving any underlying reference obligations, entity or other measure, risk of high volatility, and risk of illiquidity/ little to no secondary market. In certain transactions, investors may lose their entire investment, i.e., incur an unlimited loss.