Regulators could focus on ETFs after UBS losses


Investigations continue into the rogue-trading loss earlier this year at UBS. The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Swiss Financial Markets Supervisory Authority (Finma) remain quiet about the progress of their joint inquiry into the apparently unauthorised trades that lost the Swiss bank a total of $2.3 billion. The parallel internal inquiry commissioned by UBS itself, led by senior independent director David Sidwell, and assisted by two other UBS directors – former Swiss Re chief

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