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EU Gov'ts Agree To Delay Tough Insurance Distribution Rules

Law360, London (February 14, 2018, 1:37 PM GMT) -- European Union governments agreed Wednesday to delay the start date of Europe's new insurance sales directive until October, giving distributors more time to comply with the new rules — little more than a week before they were set to come into force.

The European Council has approved the Commission's proposal to delay the start date of a new insurance directive in a move welcomed by the sector. (AP) The European Council, which is made up of representatives from members states, has signed off the European Commission's...
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