MEPs consider extending Kiid to shares, bonds and bank accounts

Dale, Samuel
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/8/2013, p3
The article reports that the member of the European Parliament (MEPs) are considering to force firms to sell ordinary shares, bonds or bank accounts to use the key investor information document (kiid) in an expansion of the Prips directive. Some MEPs says that using the Kiid only for products would wrongly give investors the impression they are a safer option.


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