In This Issue:
- The 1996 Morgan Stanley Letter: Re-imagined at the Age of 18
- Structured CDs – Goodbye Regulation DD, Hello Regulation DD
- FCA Issues Fine in Relation to Structured Product Transaction
- ESMA Opinion on Good Practices for Product Governance Arrangements in Relation to Structured Retail Products
- Joint Forum Endorses the K.I.S.S. Method in Point of Sale Disclosures
- Excerpt from The 1996 Morgan Stanley Letter: Re-imagined at the Age of 18:
The “Morgan Stanley” letter provides the securities law disclosure guidance for most issuances of equity-linked registered structured notes in the U.S. market. Its provisions are often consulted in considering the permissibility of registered notes linked to a single stock, a basket of two or more stocks, and even equity indices.
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Topics: Banks, Disclosure Requirements, EDGAR, ESMA, Financial Products, IPO, Morgan Stanley, Public Disclosure, Regulation D, SEC, Securities, Truth in Savings Act
Published In: General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates
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