The U.S. structured products market continues to grow and develop. This growth has been accompanied by increased regulatory scrutiny. Given that structured products may take various forms, and structured products may be issued as securities or in the form of bank deposits, there is no single regulation or body of regulation applicable to the issuance, sale and marketing of structured products. We have collected on the pages listed on the left side of this page many of the most significant U.S. legal resources applicable to the issuers, structurers and distributors of these products. This is not a complete collection of the regulatory reference materials that may be relevant to structured products; however, these materials are intended as useful references for market participants.

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