EC prepares new consultation on structured products

A widened scope

tim-hailes

European regulators are slowly working their way through the lengthy to-do list drawn up just before, during and after the financial crisis. With politicians ensuring a keen focus on the push to central clearing for much of the over-the-counter derivatives market and an increase in the level of regulatory capital held by banks, it’s no surprise some of the projects have dropped out of the public glare. For structured products issuers, however, the drive to improve transparency is about to be

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