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Brexit: A lifeline in Lithuania?

[fa icon='calendar'] 25-Sep-2018 09:45:22 / by James Borley posted in E-money, FCA, Compliance, Payment services, BREXIT

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REP018, Open Banking and the InfoSec Challenges facing the Payments Industry

[fa icon='calendar'] 10-Sep-2018 09:55:00 / by Alison Donnelly posted in PSD2, E-money, Compliance, Payment services, GDPR

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Complaints handling - what does good look like?

[fa icon='calendar'] 29-Aug-2018 16:30:49 / by Rachel Stevenson posted in PSD2, FCA, Compliance, Complaints

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

[fa icon='calendar'] 28-Aug-2018 14:45:59 / by James Borley posted in PSD2, E-money, FCA, Compliance, Payment services, BREXIT

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Request for data deletion:  is it for legitimate reasons?

[fa icon='calendar'] 27-Jul-2018 12:48:46 / by Stephen Watkins posted in Compliance, Payment services, GDPR, aml

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At what point does empowering individuals to be ‘masters of their own personal data destiny’ encroach on a payment service provider's legal responsibility to prevent fraud, safeguard its venture and limit criminal activity?

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Got a complaint about a payment service?

[fa icon='calendar'] 08-Jun-2018 11:35:10 / by Rachel Stevenson posted in PSD2, E-money, FCA, Compliance, Payment services

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With all the excitement around re-authorisation, the ban on credit card surcharges and the new payment services activities, the less headline grabbing regulatory changes introduced by the second payment services directive (PSD2) have been somewhat overlooked. One of these changes relates to complaint handling.

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How Will PSD2 Affect Charities - The Forgotten Sector

[fa icon='calendar'] 20-Apr-2018 14:35:58 / by fscom Team posted in PSD2, Compliance

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There has been a lot of talk in the financial sector surrounding the topic of PSD2; flagging deadlines, the implications of non-compliance and the opportunities open banking presents. But what about the other industries affected by the new regulation? From the charities and even the accountancy firms that now fall under the FCA’s watchful eye? Have they been forgotten about amid the vicissitudes?

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Inside the Regulator: PSD2 Deadline Day

[fa icon='calendar'] 13-Apr-2018 08:26:20 / by James Borley posted in Compliance Assurance, fscom News, PSD2, E-money, FCA, Compliance, Payment services

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The third in my trilogy of PSD2 blogs from ‘Inside the Regulator’. However, as we are now entering uncertain and uncharted territory, in terms of firms that failed to submit applications for re-authorisation in time, my insights are more presumptive than previously.  

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PSD2 - a glimpse inside the Regulator

[fa icon='calendar'] 13-Mar-2018 14:20:11 / by James Borley posted in PSD2, E-money, FCA, Compliance, Payment services

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Much of our time is, and seems always to have been, spent trying to interpret exactly what the regulations or, more importantly, the Regulator is expecting. A leading question asked by many compliance officers is, 'what do they expect of my company?'. This is often where the compliance consultant comes in.

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Bringing Cryptocurrency To The Front Line: Who, What, Why & How?

[fa icon='calendar'] 12-Mar-2018 12:00:00 / by Karen Vickers posted in Compliance, 5MLD, cryptocurrency

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When we hear the word ‘cryptocurrencies’, three fixations tend to pop up; price volatility, anonymity and, perhaps most of all, its enduring association with the darker corners of the internet.

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