(Bloomberg) -- The world’s biggest investment managers have won a reprieve from plans to label them as systemically important, staving off tougher regulation, as global authorities reassess the move.

The International Organization of Securities Commissions, one of two global standard-setters working on the measure, said priority would now be given to a "broader" study of "asset management activities," in a statement on Wednesday.

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