Why the European regulator is proposing to strengthen the rules on financial incentives

The Eiopa report on the protection of investors in the context of the sale of insurance-based products proposes to further regulate the system of financial incentives. But the abolition of commissions in some European countries has not proven to be beneficial for all customers. Analysis by Marion Camier, lawyer specializing in insurance.

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