Esma consults on ETFs and Ucits structured products

European Union regulators are looking at how they should extend rules regarding Ucits exchange-traded funds and structured Ucits products. Comments are due by September 16

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Regulator seeks to protect Ucits brand

The European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) has issued a discussion paper setting out policy guidelines for Ucits exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and structured Ucits products.

The Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities format has been used as a vehicle to implement a variety of strategies, including those used by hedge funds. Because of the proliferation of new products based on Ucits, Esma is examining the impact these innovations may have on investor

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