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Fewer EU finance firms to fall under due-diligence rules in latest deal from countries

By Kathryn Carlson
  • 03 Nov 2022 11:13
  • 03 Nov 2022 13:22
Fewer financial services providers would be included in the EU’s upcoming due-diligence rules, under the latest compromise agreed on by national governments.

According to an explanatory note on the latest compromise text, dated Oct. 31 and seen by MLex, the scope of application of the rules to certain financial actors would

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Kathryn Carlson

Financial Services Correspondent, Europe

Kathryn is a correspondent leading EU financial services coverage for MLex in Brussels. She previously covered energy and trade as a reporter for MLex, and has written for Reuters and The Times of London among other outlets. Kathryn holds a degree in English Literature from the University of Oxford and spent time working in Italy and France before making the move to Brussels.

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