Structured Products Nordics: Sweden working to eradicate ‘rotten apples’

Though most distributors play by the rules, some firms may still be selling the wrong products to the wrong investors, says panellist at Structured Products magazine's Nordic conference


The structured products market in Sweden contains "rotten apples", which industry participants and the country's regulator, the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), are trying to identify and eradicate, according to a panellist at the Structured Products Nordic Region conference in Stockholm last week.

Most issuers and distributors are acting within the spirit of the regulations, but some are letting the industry down, said Edgar Luczak, Stockholm-based chief executive of plan manager and

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