PRIIPs tie into selling standards under Mifid II rules
The Economic and Monetary Affairs
committee has voted in objection to the PRIIPs regulation,
ahead of a final vote on the rules on September 12.
Members of the European
Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs
Committee have voted to object to the regulatory technical
standards of the packaged retail and insurance-based investment
products (PRIIPs) regulation.
The members of the Economic and Monetary
Affairs (ECON) committee overwhelmingly voted on Thursday in
favour of a motion to object to the measures, with 55 votes in
favour, none against and three abstentions.
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