Norway says no to retail buying of derivatives

15 Feb 2008

Kredittilsynet, the Norwegian financial regulator, this week clamped down on structured product sales in the country, effectively outlawing the practice of selling derivative-based investments on credit to retail customers.

Analysts estimate that around 80% of structured product sales in Norway — Nkr39bn ($7.1bn) — have been made with financing ...

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