KID Roundtable

The European Union plans to introduce the Key Information Document, a shortform document that will make investing in structured products easier. Richard Jory talks to structured products professionals about the form for the initiative

European Union head office in Brussels

The European Union has spent the last year in discussions with bankers, lawyers and trade associations about the introduction of the Key Information Document (Kid), a short form summary of the terms and conditions and risks and rewards on offer from each structured product that is offered to investors.

The roundtable panel includes those who have played an important role in the negotiations with the European Union, and they are:

* Tim Hailes, head of the joint associations committee and

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