Fresh Priips objections reignite timing fears

Supervisors' concerns could delay adoption and put pressure on implementation timeline

Changes in regulation may prove an obstacle for investors in Benelux

The failure by supervisory authorities to rubber stamp the latest draft of a level two technical standard on the European Union's (EU) troubled packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (Priips) regulation is a sign that major issues remain unresolved, according to industry and regulatory sources, and is raising fresh fears about timeline pressures.

"We may have the timeline problem again. If the European Commission (EC) does not adopt something in January, we will have an

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