Commerzbank wins Best in the Nordics award
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Hitting the buffers
Germany may back away from Fatca if the US is not able to honour an agreement to reciprocate, market participants say
A brighter landscape
Swedish investors are the best in Europe at taking global views when buying structured products, according to a panel at the Structured Products Nordic Region conference in Stockholm
Sweden's financial supervisory authority warns about standards of information, sales practices and conflicts of interest ahead of Mifid II implementation
The appeal for soft protection and ways to boost the upside remains strong in the Nordic region, with more banks issuing or listing products, including bull-and-bear certificates with a leverage of ...
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