A difficult merger


The German structured products market has certainly benefited from having two trade associations. Derivate Forum (DF) has made big inroads with its ratings of structured products while its rival Deutsche Derivative Institut (DDI) has been praised for its steadfast commitment to legal and regulatory issues. But now calls for a single trade association representing the interests of Germany's EUR1.215 billion retail derivatives market are growing. Many feel that lingering differences in opinion

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