The Resolution of the Structured Notes Fiasco in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan
This article argues that alternative dispute resolution is not a panacea for settling massive investor complaints. Regulators must create clear and effective conduct of business rules and strengthen the contractual composition of structured products to give investors a better chance of recovering their investments in an event such as Lehman’s collapse.
Lehman, structured notes, minibond, investor protection, alternative dispute resolution
Asian Studies | Banking and Finance Law | Commercial Law | Courts
CHEN, Christopher Chao-hung.
The Resolution of the Structured Notes Fiasco in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. (2012). Company Lawyer. 34, (4), 119-125. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1195
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