Regulatory Information

Investment management services

MiFID - Investment management services

European Directive 2014/65/EU concerning markets in financial instruments (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive or MiFID) entered into force on 3rd January 2018, replacing European Directive 2004/39/EC. In this way, MiFID II succeeded MiFID I.
This Directive and its subordinate legislation establish, in particular, the rules with which financial institutions which provide investment management services and/or ancillary services must comply.
With MiFID II, regulation in this area has been tightened, in order to better protect investors.
In order to strengthen the existing protection, the MiFID II regulations impose, in the interest of the client, a series of requirements on financial institutions which provide investment management services and/or ancillary services, which include, in particular, increased transparency concerning related costs and fees charged for investment management services and relating to products, better provision of information to the client, product governance rules, etc.

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