Profiling outputs should not be set to match the 7-point scale used in KIIDs.There is little point to profiling investors with more granularity than you can provide solutions for; there is no 'best' number of buckets into which divide investors, but there are options that are definitely worse than others.Enforcing a single standard on risk-profiling outputs is likely to stifle valuable innovation in profiling methodology and lead to a regulatory environment that remains flawed and dated.