Structured Products: Asia Report

Structured Products: Asia Report

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After two years of consultation and debate, the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission’s new rules on structured products have hit the statute books. In the end, a lengthy process, which included conversations with most of Hong Kong’s senior members of the structured products community, was rushed to a climax that saw the laws enacted just prior to the Legislative Council’s lengthy summer recess.

The new rules aim to cover all bases and ensure that those who comply interview and inform

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