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The supervision of structured products has improved in recent years, but investors aren’t aware of many of the changes, say conference speakers
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Edhec is reminding investors that alternative indexes can have significant drawdowns
FTSE Group and the Nairobi Securities Exchange have launched the first independently calculated Kenyan sovereign debt index, underscoring increasing investor interest in Africa
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