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Brexit: Out of the EU...back to Brussels?

[fa icon='calendar'] 06-Sep-2018 20:49:56 / by James Borley posted in BREXIT, authorisation, Regulatory compliance, Payments sector, E-money sector

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Following my well-received blog about the ACPR’s approach to UK payment/e-money institutions applying for authorisation in France as part of their Brexit strategy, it was almost obvious that I should follow this up with consideration of near-neighbours Belgium. 

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Brexit: All roads lead to...Paris?!

[fa icon='calendar'] 28-Aug-2018 14:45:59 / by James Borley posted in BREXIT, authorisation, Regulatory compliance, Payments sector, E-money sector

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“Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest (regulator) of them all?”

[fa icon='calendar'] 06-Aug-2018 11:53:11 / by James Borley posted in BREXIT, authorisation, Regulatory compliance, Payments sector, E-money sector

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For some, Brexit may still seem like something out of a fairy tale but, whether you are for or against, it will become a reality next March 2019.

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What does a good BREXIT deal look like for financial services?

[fa icon='calendar'] 28-Jul-2017 10:59:49 / by Philip Creed posted in BREXIT, Regulatory compliance

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London is the second largest financial centre in the world and financial services is the largest industry in the UK, therefore it is logical to expect the financial services industry to be high on the negotiation table for BREXIT.

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Will Brexit damage the UK FinTech ecosystem?

[fa icon='calendar'] 01-May-2017 20:00:00 / by Jamie Cooke posted in BREXIT

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Many surveys, and there have been a lot recently, try to indicate which city or country is a leading FinTech hub. Time and again New York, London and San Francisco come out on or close to the top. But what impact will will the Brexit decision have on the UK's standing? Will we see it plummet down these league tables? Read on to see my view! 

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