The Kalifa review, commissioned by the HMT sets out a strategic plan for the UK to remain a world class centre in fintech. Earlier this week, Director of Financial Crime, Philip Creed and the rest of the Emerging Payments Association’s Project Financial Crime team gave their opinion on the Kalifa report in the first podcast of the EPA’s Insights Series.
fscom, one of the leading compliance firms for the regulated sector in the UK and Ireland is continuing to expand its Payments Team with the appointment of a new senior manager, Dipesh Patel.
The Emerging Payments Association (EPA), which celebrates collaboration and innovation within new and existing finance companies, has published its first report to address the issues from the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
The report, made up of six contributed articles from leading industry figures, also gives practical feedback for the next iteration of the directive. The paper has been launched in response to growing frustrations within the payments industry regarding Payment Service Providers’ (PSPs) inability to keep up with the ever-evolving legislation laid out by regulatory bodies.
FinTechNI, a collaboration between stakeholders in the local FinTech community to spearhead, publicise and promote Northern Ireland as a major FinTech hub, today announced it will host an evening with US-based financial services veteran, Bo Brustkern, on Thursday 13th June 2019, at Catalyst Belfast FinTech Hub.