Regulatory priorities on culture and conduct issues tend to change according to prevailing political and social concerns. These currently center on acting fairly towards customers in general, and regarding incentives and remuneration in particular. There also remains a strong focus on how firms govern their business operations.
26 Jun - Culture and misconduct
27 Feb - EIOPA priorities
Oct 13 - How to identify a product’s target market?
Oct 13 - IOSCO continues to focus on good practice for Investment Funds
Oct 13 - ESMA consults on asset segregation practice by fund depositaries
Jul 18 - Next level of detail on the Insurastrnce Diibution Directive (IDD)
Jun 21 - Tackling national barriers to cross border distribution of investment funds
May 26 - MiFID II reaches critical stage
Apr 25 - iMFID moves forward
Jan 31 - MiFID II/MiFIR: state-of-play
Dec 18 - The ESAs consult for the final time on the rules for the PRIIP KID
Nov 5 - Approaching the crossroads of conduct and culture
Nov 27 - MiFID – The clock is still ticking
Jul 28 - Fees and expenses for investment funds
Jun 22 - Raising Market Standards
Mar 25 - MiFID: a new approach required to product governance, for all types of firms
Feb 27 - MiFID: which products are 'complex' and why does it matter?
Feb 27 - MiFID II / MiFIR: prepare now for the new transaction reporting requirements
Jan 20 - MiFID: Disclosure of Costs and Charges
Jan 20 - MiFID 2: New rules on inducements