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Article in ILO: Financial Supervisory Authority proposes new rules on sale of savings products

Over the past decade, Norwegian financial institutions have sold various financial savings products to consumers, with mixed results for investors.

Following the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, many investors suffered huge losses on various structured products. Consequently, many investors filed complaints with the Financial Complaints Board and some have pursued their claims before the courts. 

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Author: Paul Sveinsson
Published: 2013
Publication: Internationl Law Office