Hong Kong plans tighter regs


Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is to tighten regulations in the warrant and structured products markets.

The SFC issued a report on March 29 detailing the regulatory challenges and risks it faces and the strategies to address them. A key objective of the SFC in the next three years will be to tackle risks arising from complex and structured products, and mis-selling to retail investors.

The report said complex and structured products have found their way to the retail market

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