Editorial: Taking medical advice

Editorial: Taking medical advice

Richard Jory

The structured products industry is home to so many debates that it can sometimes give you a headache. Are the products complex? Should they be treated like any other investment? Are they like cars? Do they ‘do what they say on the tin'? Should grandmothers be allowed to buy them?

All good questions for financial regulators, but are the watchdogs the ones best equipped to come up with the answers and create appropriate legislation? Surely retail investors would be better served by legislators

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