SG launches first structured product under Singapore’s revamped regulatory regime

French investment bank becomes the first player to meet the Monetary Authority of Singapore heightened standards for structured product issuance in the city-state


The retail structured product market in Singapore is once again open for business, following the launch of the first structured note by Société Générale under the new Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) investment product regulatory regime.

The new MAS regulatory framework for retail structured products was formed following retail investor losses from structured notes linked to Lehman Brothers in 2008. The regulator released a notice on investment products on 28 July 2011, with an effective

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