Under the microscope



Taiwan has been a hotbed for retail structured products over the past year. Equity range accruals, hedge fund-linked and synthetic collateralised debt obligation-linked (CDO) products in particular have proved popular, with billions of dollars sold to the country's retail investors. Banks have been helped to a large extent by Taiwan's relaxed regulatory regime for investment products, which has allowed domestic financial institutions to distribute a wide array of structures without too man

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