European advisers 'confused' over MIFID II suitability compliance

Mark Battersby
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European advisers and wealth managers are still struggling to ensure investor suitability processes comply with MiFID II regulations, behavioural finance experts Oxford Risk has warned.  In  a statement on 7 June, Oxford Risk said its experience working with leading advisory firms across Europe enables it to identify best practice compliance with MiFID II regulations, and how many firms are risking potential issues with the regulator and clients by failing to follow this best practice. It has issued its warning following additional guidance by European regulator ESMA highlighting a ne...

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