Priips, Mifid, Emir squeeze medium-complexity derivatives

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 17 May 2018
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Priips, Mifid, Emir squeeze medium-complexity derivatives

According to in-house lawyers and structurers, the cumulative impact of post-crisis regulation has reduced the availability of certain types of structured products in the marketplace. While Emir makes anything complex significantly more expensive, Priips and Mifid II reduce the pool of potential investors, further pushing banks towards vanilla instruments  Read more...

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