IOSCO trumpets its concerns on complex retail derivs

The International Organization of Securities Commissions on Tuesday urged its members to “improve the practices” of firms offering complex derivatives to retail clients as it opened a consultation on the matter to the public.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 14 Feb 2018

The organisation, whose members regulate 95% of the world’s securities markets, proposed a number of measures that it suggested would improve retail investor understanding of binary options, contracts for difference and rolling-spot forex products.

Some of the measures proposed include leverage limits or minimum margin requirements, guarantees that investors ...

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