PRIIPs Regulatory Document (KID & EPT) Managed Service

Deloitte takes the stress out of producing your Packaged Retail and Insurance based Investment Products (PRIIPs) documents, and can help you navigate the choppy regulatory waters post-Brexit, with divergence between the EU and UK regimes, and the consequent need for multiple variations of key information documents for the same product when sold across multiple jurisdictions.


The Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products (PRIIPs) legislation applies to Banks, Life Insurers, and Asset Managers who market their products to EU-based retail investors. Product manufacturers, and in some cases distributors, must publish and maintain accurate Key Information Documents (KIDs) for a wide range of products, including funds, investment-linked insurance products, structured products, and derivatives.

KIDs must also be translated into the languages of the countries where they are sold.

UCITS funds are currently exempt from the PRIIPs regime, but the exemption will expire on 1st July 2022, after which all UCITS funds sold into the EU will require a PRIIPs KID.

In addition, distributors of PRIIPs need detailed product information from manufacturers, and in almost all cases will expect this in the format of the European PRIIPs Template, a standard defined by an industry working group.

What are the Challenges, and how can Deloitte help you to meet them?

Additional Services:

  • Annual reviews in line with KID regulations.
  • Monitoring of KID numbers and content, with refresh when material changes occur.

Onboarding Process

A Case Study

A top UK bank with Europe-wide distribution of derivatives to retail clients.

The bank was obliged to provide PRIIPs KIDs for a wide range of FX derivates with complex payoffs. The product values can be volatile, and so the KIDs required frequent refresh to ensure they remained ‘accurate and not misleading’ under changing market conditions. The bank elected to ‘over-comply’ by refreshing them on a daily basis, requiring a highly automated solution. The documents must also be translated into multiple languages.

We worked with the bank’s quant team to analyse the payoffs of the products, and build risk, performance, and cost calculations according to the regulations. After extensive testing and verification of the calculation, and detailed review of the multi-language translation, the solution was delivered in time for the launch of PRIIPs on 1st January 2018, and has been maintained and updated since.

Value Delivered

  • Deloitte was able to field subject matter experts in derivatives, and assist the client in interpretation of the corresponding legislation, as well as coordinating discussions with their peers under the auspices of ISDA.
  • Deloitte delivered the solution for successful client acceptance by the regulatory deadline. Without this, the bank would have been forced to withdraw the in-scope products from sale across the EU.
  • Deloitte architected a solution that minimised the need for client involvement in BAU operations by automating the document refresh process, and by re-using pre-approved calculations and text narratives across documents and products.

The solution also allowed a single platform and market data source to be deployed across multiple European locations operated by the bank.

Key contacts

Dimitri Tsopanakos

Dimitri Tsopanakos


Dimitri Tsopanakos is the Head of the Investment Management Data and Risk Analytics team in the UK, specialising in Risk, Data and IT. He has over 20 years’ experience, with a significant period of ti... More

Stuart Royden-Turner

Stuart Royden-Turner


Stuart is part of the Risk Advisory team managing specialising in Investment management and Wealth. He is an experienced consultant with industry experience in the front office, leading a quantitative... More