Non-protected products excluded as Securities and Exchange Board of India flexes its muscles

A penchant for protection


The regulatory environment in Asia has been changing rapidly in relation to structured products, in many ways mirroring the steps taken so far by regulators in the US and especially in Europe. The Securities and Exchange Board of India's (Sebi) latest round of guidelines for the issue and listing of structured products, which came into force in November, stands out in its attempt to regulate a more nascent derivatives market, and while investor protection remains a prime focus for the regulator

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