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Richard Jory
Richard Jory, Structured Products editor

Grannies are back in fashion, particularly if they are Italian.

In April 2009, flummoxed by how to present a structured product in an easily understood way, Italian regulator Consob stepped up to the plate with its Quaderni di Finanza, a set of recommendations designed to enable retail investors to make informed decisions.

Bothered by regular newspaper headlines featuring the words 'derivatives', 'scandal' and 'Italy', as well as the mis-selling of structured products to the elderly, at the hear

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