On 5 March 2015 the FCA published its Thematic Review 15/2: Structured Products: Thematic Review of Product Development and Governance (TR15/2). In TR15/2, the FCA sets out its findings from its latest review of the structured products market. The review is relevant to all firms involved in any stage of the design, manufacture, packaging and distribution of structured products.
FCA’s Thematic Review of Product Development and Governance
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