STRUCTURED PRODUCTS

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AAM offers a diverse selection of Structured Note offerings spanning a wide range of asset classes and sectors. In addition to attractive terms and pricing, our competitive platform provides advisors efficient access to a variety of issuers. Structured Notes can be used to complement an overall diversified portfolio strategy by allowing investors address individual return objectives, risk profiles, and market views.

There are several types of Structured Notes with varying degrees of risk and client suitability profiles. From full principal protection to 100% principal at risk investments, it is important that investors understand the individual terms of each individual Structured Note and review the prospectus carefully before investing.

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Structured Products are sold only by prospectus. Investors should read the prospectus and pricing supplement carefully before investing which contains a detailed explanation of the risks, tax treatment, and other relevant information about the investment. Investors should consult their accounting, legal, or tax advisor.

Structured Notes are considered complex and may not be suitable for all investors. Structured Notes are sold by prospectus and investors should read the prospectus carefully before investing as it contains a detailed explanation of the risks, tax treatment, and other relevant information about the investment. Investors should consult accounting, legal, or tax advisors before investing. Structured Products are sold through financial professionals.

Structured Notes are unsecured obligations of the issuer, and therefore subject to risk of default. The issuer’s creditworthiness is an important consideration in evaluating a Structured Product. Structured investments are generally backed by the issuing firm. Typically, the issuer of a Structured Product maintains a secondary market; however, there is no obligation to do so. While structured products pay interest like debt securities, they often exhibit very different profit and loss potential. The profit and loss potential of many structured products is more akin to an option contract, particularly those where principal invested is at risk from market movements in the underlying security.