EU regulators clash over structured products risk ratings

Months-long delay to discussion paper said to owe to squabbles between national regulators

European Securities and Markets Authority

A key discussion paper on European reform of the structured products market is being delayed due to squabbles among national regulators over how product risk indicators should be defined, according to market participants.

A discussion paper on the key information document (KID) – part of the forthcoming Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products (Priips) framework – was due to be published by the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) earlier this year. The European Securities and

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