The road to issuance and dispute resolution for structured products in Singapore

Plane on take off

While it continues to hold the reputation for being the second largest private banking centre in the world, behind Switzerland, the recovery in Singapore's retail investor market has been slow. A publicly listed deal from Société Générale issued at the end of last year was not widely sold as the bank struggled with the idea of advertising a structured products investment in the local media, according to local bankers. There has so far been no follow-up, as creators continue to work out the

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