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Handry Mulyo of Kolega Capital

Oct 21, 2019

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1. What must the regulators do? Why don’t they do it?

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1. What must the regulators do? Why don’t they do it?

There are a few things that regulators should be doing and should start looking into. Number one, I think, is having segmentations between retail investors and high net worth individuals. If you keep a focus on being client-centric, then I think the mass market would need some protection from the regulators, meaning that there has to be some sort of a gate on certain products being distributed to them. That's number one. If you look at the high net worth individuals: often, these high net worth individuals have some sort of a global view or education background; I'm talking about the second, third generation. There has to be an availability of products sophisticated enough to meet the demand of these individuals. So, I think the regulators must look at it from both sides. Finding that balance, it might be challenging: having that opening up the market, but at the same time, regulating it to a certain degree.

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