Taiwan's regulators express concern over product approvals

Taiwan's regulators express concern over product approvals

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Taiwan is keen to lose its 'test lab' label

Regulators in Taiwan face criticism for apparent inconsistency over tough new rules on the vetting of structured products.

Taiwan's Ministry of Finance and its integrated regulator, the Financial Supervisory Commission, are keen to ensure best-practice levels of consumer and investor protection are in force on the island.

Taiwan is also keen to lose its label as a 'test lab' for structured product innovation. Its laissez faire approach to structured products approvals prior to 2008 allowed the

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