Regulations rocked: UK industry argues for realistic labelling

Label with care

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A complex new product can end up facing a range of obstacles, as regulators worry that more structures mean there is room for more things to go wrong. Various guidelines and documents are currently being developed or revised by the European Commission - including those concerning packaged retail investment products (Prips) - in an attempt to steer structured products issuers towards a simplified and standardised approach to product development that focuses on risk disclosure, oversight, costs

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