Borderless bad actors and global crime-fighting

Borderless bad actors and global crime-fighting
A new report has found found a clear correlation between youth and risk-taking in investments. (Image: Getty)
David Chaplin
Just like police officers, retail investors are getting younger every year, says the peak global body for financial cops.The International Organization of Securities Commission's (IOSCO) final report published in late March on retail market conduct found a clear correlation between youth and risk-taking, which shouldn't surprise anyone.Many of the 200 or so organisation members “reported that the average age of purchasing retail investors has been declining gradually every year”. Some members have presented striking inc...

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