Market boosted as Spanish regulator expands use of derivatives and structured products


A new regulation expanding the use of derivatives and structured products in collective investment schemes (CISs), which include mutual funds and investment companies, has been implemented in Spain. The Orden Ministerial, which came into effect on April 2, widens the use of derivatives and structured products within Spanish CISs and outlines the broadened range of underlyings now eligible for inclusion.

Under a previous regulation dating back to 1997, Spanish CISs could only invest in structured

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