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EBA launches register of payment and electronic money firms under PSD2

The European Banking Authority has launched a central register that displays the identity of authorised payment and electronic money institutions, including payment initiation service providers and account information service providers

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UK Law Commission pauses smart contracts project

The UK Law Commission has paused its proposed work on smart contracts, citing an overlap between its work and that of the LawTech Delivery Panel

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Cheaper cross-border payments and fairer currency conversions

The Council of the EU has adopted a regulation aimed at aligning the costs of cross-border payments in euros between euro and non-euro countries and increase the transparency of charges related to currency conversion services across the EU

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Open banking: an emerging technology grows to maturity

In this article, Counsel James Black explores the key issues in open banking for in-house lawyers

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Brexit: SEPA - a successful transition

The European Payments Council Board has approved the application from UK Finance for the continued participation of UK payment service providers in the SEPA schemes after 29 March 2019 in the event of a no-deal Brexit

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A harmonising approach: the EBA finalises its outsourcing guidelines but what are the next steps?

Under the the European Banking Authority's Draft Guidelines financial institutions need to take a holistic approach to their outsourcing arrangements as part of their institution-wide risk management framework. What requirements are being introduced and what should organisations do to prepare?

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Brexit and derivatives: France issues measures in case of no deal

With the UK set to leave the EU at the end of March, the French government has issued preparatory measures for financial services in case of a hard Brexit. Here, we discuss the ones that apply more specifically to derivatives transactions and what this will mean for organisations in that space

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EBA calls on financial institutions to tackle ICT and security risk management

The European Banking Authority has set draft guidelines on how credit institutions, investment firms and payment service providers should manage information and communication technology risks. Here, we review what financial institutions should do to prepare

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