The Resolution of the Structured Notes Fiasco in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan

Company Lawyer, 34(4), pp.119-125, (c) Sweet & Maxwell 2013, available via Westlaw

Singapore Management University School of Law Research Paper No. 20/2013

17 Pages Posted: 9 Jul 2013 Last revised: 26 Aug 2013

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Christopher C. Chen

Singapore Management University School of Law

Date Written: March 20, 2012

Abstract

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.

Keywords: structured note, misselling, consumer protection, minibond

JEL Classification: K00, K22

Suggested Citation

Chen, Christopher C., The Resolution of the Structured Notes Fiasco in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan (March 20, 2012). Company Lawyer, 34(4), pp.119-125, (c) Sweet & Maxwell 2013, available via Westlaw; Singapore Management University School of Law Research Paper No. 20/2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2291404

Christopher C. Chen (Contact Author)

Singapore Management University School of Law ( email )

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Singapore, 179943
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