The reforms are set to be tied into the implementation of the Mifid rules in 2018
Parliament has rejected proposed changes to the Packaged Retail
Based Investment Funds (PRIIPs) regulation, the first time the
Parliament has vetoed financial reforms put forward by the
The vote at the
European Parliament in Strasbourg follows a recommendation from
the the Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs committee to
block the proposed reforms. This is the first time the
Parliament has rejected a set of technical
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