Risk, complexity and the regulator

The first in a series of three articles about the importance of risk and complexity, and the relationship these two concepts


This is the first of three articles on the subject of risk and complexity, two themes that are forever occupying the minds of regulators who turn their attention to retail structured products. In the first of these, we outline the current position. We will look at risk and complexity in more detail in the subsequent articles.

Product manufacturers and distributors strive to provide suitable products for investors. In recent years, this process has been sharpened by regulatory developments in the

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