Asia Report

Wheels of change: new regulations can put structured products on a new footing in Asia

Nearly two years after the Lehman Brothers default and the onset of the financial crisis, regulators across Asia are finalising new structured products legislation intended to bolster investor protection and close some of the loopholes so loved by practitioners.

There is no question that Asia’s regulators are still reeling from the shock of the Lehman bankruptcy, which explains the lengths that they have gone to put a legal system in place that, they hope, means retail investors never again

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