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February Monthly Regulatory Highlights

By Kyte Ekstrom | AML, communications, Compliance, Digital, E Money, Financial Industries, FinTech, News, payments | 0 Comments

FCA Consultation Paper Proposing Changes to SCA-RTS and guidance for Payment Services and Electronic Money The FCA has published consultation paper CP21/3 on the proposed changes to RTS (Regulatory Technical Standards) on SCA (Strong Customer Authentication) explores changes to the FCA’s guidance on payment services and electronic money. The FCA are taking this opportunity to […]

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FCA Consultation Paper Proposing Changes to SCA-RTS and guidance for Payment Services and Electronic Money

By Kyte Ekstrom | E Money, FCA Regulation, FinTech, News, Uncategorized | 0 Comments

If you are thinking what the hell is an SCA or a RTS, and do I really need to care or read this? The answer is, on this rollercoaster ride through the horror hall of Covid-19 and the ever changing landscape of fintech, with fraudsters waiting in the shadows to jump out at anytime, can […]

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January Monthly Regulatory Highlights

By Kyte Ekstrom | AML, Brexit, communications, Compliance, Consumer Credit, Credit Brokers, Credit Lenders, E Money, FCA Regulation, FinTech, Insurance, Investment, Investment Advisor, Investment Manager, News, Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Don’t have time, or the will, to trawl through endless websites reading long articles about financial news and regulation. We’ve got you covered with our Monthly Regulatory Highlights – snippets of the past months regulatory news and updates (along with links to corresponding webpages and press-releases) – saving you time and making it easy for […]

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FCA Statement: Review Your Firms Regulatory Permissions

By Kyte Ekstrom | Compliance, Consumer Credit, Credit Brokers, Credit Lenders, E Money, FCA Regulation, Financial Industries, FinTech, Insurance, Investment, Investment Advisor, Investment Manager | 0 Comments

The mighty powers of the FCA are about to become even move vigilant! The Financial Services Bill 2019-2021 – which is currently making its way through parliament – means that the FCA will be able to act more quickly when they consider that firms are no longer carrying out regulated activities. The statement published on […]

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