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Protecting 'Aunt Millie'
A twist in the tale of the transaction tax
French transaction tax favours structured products and swap-based ETFs
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The probability problem
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European legislators are discussing the EC’s proposals on packaged retail investment products – and some believe the scope of the regulation should be extended
Structured products could lead the way in new nomenclature standards
Banks must respond to the UK Financial Services Authority by Wednesday with feedback on new rules that will clamp down on the sale of unregulated collective investment schemes. Whether delta 1 produ...
Europe's laws on the key information document (Kid) and packaged retail investment products (Prips) are scheduled for implementation on July 3. The latest draft suggests more onerous responsibility ...
Consistent about complexity
Sweden's financial supervisory authority warns about standards of information, sales practices and conflicts of interest ahead of Mifid II implementation
Linda Woodall, head of investments at the UK Financial Services Authority talks about the balance between consumer protection and the need to police financial advisers ahead of the Retail Distributi...
The US SEC is highly sceptical of the structured products market and higher regulatory standards are on their way, says lawyer
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