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March Regulation Update

By Kyte Ekstrom | AML, Brexit, Crypto-Assests, E Money, FCA Regulation, FinTech, Investment Advisor, Investment Manager, payments | 0 Comments

GENERAL REGULATION FSB publishes report: FinTech and Market Structure in the COVID-19 Pandemic – Implications for Financial Stability The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has published a report on the financial stability impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on FinTech and market structure. The main finding of the report is that the pandemic has accelerated the trend […]

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Operational Resilience – are you ready for World War Z?

By Kyte Ekstrom | Brexit, Compliance, Covid 19, E Money, FCA Regulation, Financial Industries, FinTech, Insurance, Investment, Operational resilience, payments | 0 Comments

Our operational resilience survival guide is here! Simon Hill, Compliance Manager at FinTech Compliance, details the FCA’s expectations to help you comply with the new rules and guidance which come into force on the 31st of March 2022.  In December 2019 the FCA, Bank of England (BoE), and PRA (aka the Holy Trinity of regulation), […]

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December Monthly Regulation Update

By Kyte Ekstrom | Agent Relationship, AML, Appointed Agent, Appointed Representative, E Money, FCA Regulation, Financial Promotions, FinTech, Investment, Investment Advisor, Investment Funds, Investment Manager, payments, Pensions, Regulatory Hosting, Umbrella Services | 0 Comments

December Headlines General Regulation– HM Treasury publishes Consultation Paper – Financial Promotion Exemptions– House of Commons Publishes Letter – Future of the UK and EU AML/CFT Regimes– FCA Publishes Consultation Paper (CP21/34)- Improving the Appointed Representatives Regime Payment Services, E-Money & Open Banking– FCA publishes Policy Statement (PS21/19) – Strong Customer Authentication– Transparency International UK publishes […]

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May Monthly Regulatory Update

By Kyte Ekstrom | Brexit, Compliance, E Money, FCA Regulation, Financial Industries, Financial Promotions, FinTech, Investment, Investment Advisor, Investment Manager, News, payments, Pensions, regtech | 0 Comments

FCA Publishes Dear CEO Letter to E-money Firms on FSCS Protection The FCA has published a Dear CEO letter to e-money firms asking them to write to their customers to make clear how their money is protected. Firms must make it clear if the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) does not apply. The FCA is concerned […]

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Are you compliance happy?

By Kyte Ekstrom | Compliance, Compliance Retainer Service, Consumer Credit, Crypto-Assests, E Money, FinTech, Insurance, Investment, payments | 0 Comments

Is your current compliance solution cutting the mustard? Show us the scope and cost of your current compliance retainer and we will endeavour to match or beat what you’re currently paying AND enhance the scope. There’s an offer you can’t refuse! On the fence? Then consider this… Are you a square peg in a round […]

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Does the Kalifa Review of UK FinTech go far enough?

By admin | Brexit, Compliance, Consumer Credit, Credit Brokers, Credit Lenders, E Money, FCA Regulation, Financial Industries, FinTech, Insurance, Investment, Investment Advisor, Investment Manager, News, payments, regtech | 0 Comments

FinTech is no longer a niche within financial services, nor is it a subsector. In fact, it is a core asset for Global Britain. This was the message from Ron Kalifa OBE, author of the Kalifa Review of UK Fintech, received with much praise by the industry. The independent Treasury review published on February 26th is […]

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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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