Regulator delays PRIIPs KIDs policy statement to Q1 2022

Originally slated for January 2022

James Baxter-Derrington
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The AIC has welcomed the move
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The AIC has welcomed the move

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has delayed its policy statement regarding key information documents (KID) to Q1 2022.

While the packaged retail and insurance-based investments products regulation (PRIIPs), which requires a KID to be given to an investor before and after the sale of any PRIIPs product, has already been...

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