Credit Suisse re-enters Taiwanese retail market

Credit Suisse re-enters Taiwanese retail market

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The Taiwanese retail market has effectively been closed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, but Credit Suisse was the first to negotiate the Taiwanese regulator's new requirements for non-professional investors this year. The rules place intensive legal and documentation requirements on the bank, as well as requiring offshore distributors to appoint an onshore 'master agent' who assumes responsibility for the product and posts a security bond for investor protection.


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