Retail boom



Demand for derivative-style products from Korea's retail sector is set for further growth over the next year, driven by regulatory changes and the increasing sophistication of individual investors.

Most notably, in late July the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), which along with the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) makes up Korea's principal financial regulator (see profile on page 33), announced that warrants could be listed on the Korea Exchange (KRX) – a move which has been

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