Dutch regulator to publish concerns over retail market


The financial watchdog for the Netherlands, Autoriteit Financiele Markten (AFM), will release the findings of its study into the structured retail products market this month. "There are both reasons to be enthusiastic about the Dutch market and ... reasons to worry about this market," according to preliminary findings.

The regulator says it is concerned "about structured retail products for their potential to strongly increase information asymmetries (for example, consumer perception of a

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