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U.S. regulators' tardiness in producing long-awaited rules for prepaid cards is causing the industry angst as it ponders unwelcome fee disclosures and predicts upset over scope.
Compliance bosses fear too many firms are seeing financial crime laws as a “tick box exercise”, prompting regulators to apply ever-increasing pressure.
An official from the U.S. central bank has highlighted regulators' concerns over the use of third parties in payments, which may falsely believe they are exempt from regulations.

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Obrea Poindexter outlines industry fears over scope of new rules
. reminds financial services how rules are intended to work