Singapore watchdog to define complex investment products

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is due to publish a response to its investigation into unlisted structured products in early December. The response promises to define complex investment products and provide mandatory advice and health warnings regarding their sale, as well as offering risk ratings for retail investments.

The regulator will also detail its thoughts on remuneration structures for the sale of investment products, appoint an approved trustee for unlisted debentures, and

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