Non-complex financial instruments
Non-complex financial instruments represent a broad product group defined by the Swedish Securities Markets Act.
What is a non-complex instrument?
Examples of non-complex financial instruments include shares and fund units. As these are easy to understand, the risk is considered to be low to medium. Non-complex instruments are divided into four product groups. You do not need to undergo an appropriateness assessment of appropriateness if you wish to buy or sell non-complex instruments.