Britain's FSA looks into sales of interest-rate derivatives

The U.K. Financial Services Authority is reviewing claims from small and midsize businesses that they were mis-sold complex interest-rate derivatives. The review could lead to an investigation into how HSBC Holdings, Royal Bank of Scotland and other U.K. banks sell interest-rate hedging products. The Labor Party called on the FSA to launch a full inquiry soon.

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