Naming the counterparty: how far would you go?

Emma Davidson, Citi

Emma Davidson, head of UK and Ireland retail structured product sales at Citi

Last year highlighted the importance of transparency. Information should be readily available for investors, and providers of structured products (from manufacturers to independent financial advisers) need to be equipped to answer any questions completely, honestly, and in a way that is comprehensible to investors. When investors make investment decisions, they want to exercise their market expectation and be able to

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