Panelists: options products will get easier to understand but process complexity will remain

The future of options is going to reflect demands for the financial industry to pivot towards neutralizing moral hazard in a post-financial crisis world, said panelists at a conference reviewing the 45 year history of the Black-Scholes-Merton model.
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