Flourishing listed structured products market in Norway bucks OTC trend

Buoyant listed market in Norway reveals appetite for structured products, but financial watchdog says unlisted market is dead


Structured products are increasingly popular with investors on the Nordic Derivatives Exchange (NDX), with constant leverage certificates notching up the highest turnover. Market participants say the promising figures are a sign the market will begin to open up again following years of bad press, but their hopes are at odds with Norway's financial supervisory authority, Finanstilsynet, which says the structured products market in the country is non-existent.

Bankers are being careful not to

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