ESAs published further guidance on the Key Information Document (KID) requirements for Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products (PRIIPs). The guidance consists of additional Questions and Answers (Q&A) and updates to the flow diagrams for the risk and reward calculations (New calculation example for Category 3 PRIIPs stress performance scenario)
The guidance seeks to promote common supervisory approaches and practices based on ongoing work to monitor the implementation of the KID. It supplements material published last year prior to implementation. ESAs will continue to assess whether further guidance is needed, in particular based on additional questions received.
- Press Release
- Q&A on PRIIPs KID (PDF)
- Updates to the Flow Diagrams (PDF)
- Information on PRIIPs Regulation
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Insurance, Securities, PRIIPs, KID, Q&A, Guidance, Flow Diagrams, ESAs
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