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PRIIPs: Tackling the Hard Topics

Join us for this pragmatic, action-based webinar where you’ll learn the details about the hot topics that will help you move forward in your PRIIPs integration.

The webinar will be hosted by Funds Europe’s Editor-In-Chief Nick Fitzpatrick, with a presentation by Mario Mantrisi, Chief Strategy and Research Officer at KNEIP. Our panel includes:
•Luc Schmitt, Head of Business Legal, The OneLife Company
•Maurits Rost, Project Manager PRIIPs, NN Investment Partners
•Sara Hanvik, PRIIPs Project Manager, SEB IM
Recorded Oct 13 2016 58 mins
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Luc Schmitt (OneLife), Maurits Rost (NN Investment Partners), Sara Hanvik (SEB IM), Mario Mantrisi (KNEIP)
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