PRIIPs disclosure rules delayed until January 2018

New rules on PRIIPs disclosure were intended to take effect from January 2017. As a result of debates around the technical standards behind the rules, the European Commission has decided to delay the effective date until January 2018 to enable time for the issues to be resolved.

You can read the background to PRIIPs and disclosure here.

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Our View

The new rules mainly affect providers who will no doubt be breathing a sigh of relief that they now have more time to implement the new rules. 

Action Required By You

  • Although the rules mostly affect providers, adviser firms should take time to understand what is coming along the track. Read our previous article by following the link above.

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