Update on the Swiss regulation FinSA (FIDLEG)

Update on the Swiss regulation FinSA (FIDLEG)
On November 6th 2019, the Swiss Federal Council has confirmed to enforce the Financial Services Act by January 1st 2020 with amended transition periods and publication of the updated final ordinance. Time has come for financial service providers to focus on data gathering and availability, solution design and implementation, particularly in terms of client information duties (KID, Prospectus, Cost Reporting). The present paper provides an overview of the Swiss and European regulatory landscape as well as LPA´s automation software solutions, integration and transformation capabilities enabling compliant, efficient and future proof client disclosure and reporting. Read the full text here.
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