The standardisation of structured products could be the best place to start in the process of financial market harmonisation, especially in respect of terminology, according to industry experts. "Structured products have much more of a chance of being standardised than some other financial instruments," said Jamie Smith, chairman of the UK Structured Products Association (SPA), speaking before the association's UK conference for independent financial advisers (IFAs) in London on October 23. "
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