Korea Mulls Derivatives Overhaul

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission is considering an overhaul of the derivatives markets to prevent retail investors from suffering major losses.

  • 14 Nov 2011

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission is considering an overhaul of the derivatives markets to prevent retail investors from suffering major losses. The measures, which the FSC could be announced this year, would, among other things, limit retail investor derivatives trading and curb currency margin trading.

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