The Retail Distribution Review is already having an impact on structured products in the UK if new products launched this month are anything to go by
Retail Distribution Review forcing structurers and distributors to consider greater use of online platforms for trading structured products
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Most independent financial advisers are still unprepared for the implementation of the FSA's Retail Distribution Review, according to market participants
JP Morgan is to use S&P Indices' new Italy LargeMidCap Index as the basis for bespoke structured products
The potential ban on the sale of unregulated collective investment schemes to retail will also reduce the range of investments in the private wealth sector, say industry participants
Market participants in the UK are optimistic that the removal of commission in favour of fees for financial advice as part of the Financial Services Authority's Retail Distribution Review will help ...
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