Dutch watchdog emphasises visual aids in information packs


One in three investors in the Netherlands has one or more structured products in their investment portfolios, according to the the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). Reporting on the state of the market in the Netherlands, the AFM notes that by the end of 2006 private investors held EUR30 billion of structured products, a tenfold increase over three years, and more than a quarter of the EUR100 billion market for collective investment schemes.

The main question that the AFM

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