PIMFA clashes with IA over PRIIPs extension

Response to call for evidence

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PIMFA issues response to FCA's call for evidence
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PIMFA issues response to FCA's call for evidence

The Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (PIMFA) has called on European regulators to continue as planned with the 31 December 2019 extension of PRIIPs regulation to cover EU retail funds.

PIMFA's position is at odds with that of the Investment Association (IA), which on Tuesday (2 October) called on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to delay the extension until the "deeply flawe...

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