NASD issues structured products guidelines


The guidelines target dealers selling structured products linked to either currency, a single security, a basket of securities, an index, commodites or debt.

"This guidance is intended to advise firms about how they might make sure they are not in danger of violating the sales practices because of some confusion, perhaps about how to treat these products," says a spokesperson for the private sector body in Washington, DC.

The guidelines were issued to members in mid-September after the NASD

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