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Happy New Year, welcome to the new world of REP017 fraud reporting

[fa icon='calendar'] 08-Jan-2019 16:32:16 / by Philip Creed posted in Compliance Audit, PSD2, fincrime

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Under PSD2, all payment services providers, including credit card providers, money remitters and e-money issuers, account information service providers (AISP) and payment initiation service providers (PISP) are required to file reports in relation to confirmed fraudulent activity, known as the REP017 report. 

The REP017 report provides the means for firms through Gabriel to provide the FCA with statistical data on fraud related to different means of payment which in turn is  aggregated  and shared with the European Banking Authority and European Central Bank.

The first submission for REP017 is scheduled for 31st January 2019 covering the period from the 13th January 2018 to 31st December 2018. For this period, the FCA have published an interim REP017 report to be completed.

This blog aims to give a high-level overview of who REP017 applies to, what transactions it captures and how the data on fraudulent transactions need to be categorised.

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Be "reassured" of the benefits of external review

[fa icon='calendar'] 07-Dec-2018 11:49:00 / by James Borley posted in Compliance Audit, PSD2, Compliance, Payment services

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Assurance, or the use of auditors to search for problems at firms, can be very useful to the regulated community in all manner of ways, especially during the authorisation process or in respect of the EU's Payment Services Directive. 

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