Retail investors: the real agents of change
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Retail investors: the real agents of change

Far from being scared off by international financial crises and new regulations, Swiss retail investors have been at the vanguard of the revolution that has made it possible for emerging market, peripheral Eurozone and corporate credits to tap the Swiss franc bond market with increasing regularity and confidence. Philip Moore reports.

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