European securities and markets authority (esma)
In its report on EU market trends for the second quarter, Esma says sales of equity-linked retail structured products are up this year, while demand for interest rate-linked products has plummeted
Industry had been banking on one-year postponement - Esma now looking for solution to reporting impasse, according to senior EC official
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