EU insurers and structurers clash over Priips cost disclosure

Industries disagree over which of two proposed approaches should be used

Esma: One of the the European Supervisory Authorities behind the consultation

Europe's insurance and structured products industries disagree over the best way to disclose product costs under incoming regulation on packaged retail and insurance-based investment products, or Priips.

The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) published a consultation in June on a technical discussion paper describing the key information documents (KIDs) that Priips providers will have to produce for consumers once this regulation is in force. The consultation closed on August 17.


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