PRIIPs KID Service
SIX is a full-service provider offering automated generation, maintenance, distribution, archiving and reporting of PRIIPs KIDs.
Producing and updating legally-compliant regulatory documentation for every financial instrument is a real burden on financial institutions. The required standardization that ensures investors are able to compare different financial products on a level field and the degree of precision in which investors must be informed of costs and charges incurred by a transaction require heavy administrative efforts. These can be extremely timely and costly without complete data and automated workflows.
Our Regulatory Document service provides a legally-compliant solution with a high level of instrument coverage for your advisory activities. We either integrate the solution directly into your systems, or give you secure access via a web front-end, allowing you to provide clients with all the latest user-friendly factsheets quickly and efficiently at all times.
Our service offers all data and documents required by regulatory bodies in the following modules:
The integration of customized text modules, costs and charges is also possible, as is the integration of internal documents and original KIIDS and sales prospectuses issued by investment management companies.
|Explain financial products in a clear and simple manner to clients and make it easy to compare alternative investment products.|
A legally compliant solution with a high level of coverage with factsheets on over 13 million financial instruments and more than 110 asset classes including Eurex, OTC instruments and forward transactions.
Considerable time and cost savings with all data and software provided by a single source.
Fast, cost-efficient integration with the bank’s own portals and external systems as well as integration of customized data, categories, texts and internal documents.
The PIB and PRIP service from SIX Financial Information gives your clients clear information about financial products, while meeting current statutory requirements.