Structured Products Nordics: Sweden's regulator demands greater transparency

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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 t

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