In its proposed handbook on unlisted structured products, Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has made certain things very clear. The extraordinarily long and detailed handbook, which also serves as a guide for investing in unit trusts, mutual funds and investment-linked assurance schemes, has been welcomed for its attempt to codify an often mysterious business.

But it also deserves a warm reception for stating a requirement that advertisements for such products be presented with

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