Structured Products Nordics: Sweden's regulator demands greater transparency

Nordic financiers complain of being unfairly scrutinised while regulators hint they would like to take more control of how structured products are sold. Vita Millers reports from the Structured Products Nordics conference in Stockholm

Johanna Lybeck Lilja, Swedish Ministry of Finance

How investment companies and insurers sell structured products in Sweden is being investigated by Finansinspektionen (FSA), the Stockholm-based national government agency responsible for financial regulation in Sweden. "Recent developments in Sweden have meant that a lot of insurance intermediaries conduct their business in a similar way to those dealing in securities or to investment advisers," said Susanne Seiler Lemon, head of division for securities and business law at the FSA, speaking on

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