The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its findings from its report about whether firms are treating consumers fairly with regard to unauthorised transactions.The regulator assessed...
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has released an issues paper to commence a review of the regulatory framework for card payments. The RBA has designated the American Express companion card...
A joint venture has been announced to expand payment services in Europe between: Global Payments Inc., a provider of payment technology services; Caixa Bank, a provider of technological innovation...
The National Bank of Ukraine has published a draft resolution on setting a cap on cash payments, with the main objective being to narrow the use of cash in the country. Developing the system of...
HM Treasury invites responses to questions raised about the UK government’s proposed steps to introduce a regulatory regime that supervises compliance with the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR). The...
Analysts have welcomed moves by Visa to buy back its former subsidiary Visa Europe, with a deal potentially agreed before the end of the year.
Government intends to legislate to extend HMRC’s data-gathering powers to obtain information from two similar sorts of data: business intermediaries, such as restaurants supplying take away food,...
Richard Cordray director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau gave a speech at the Americans for Financial Reform Event on CFPB Anniversary on July 16, 2015.The consumer financial protection...
Mr R Gandhi, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, gave a speech at the “2nd National Conference on Financial Frauds Risks & Preventions” in New Delhi, on June 26, 2015."Financial...
Toby Fiennes, head of prudential supervision of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, gave a speech at the NZ Bankers’ Association in Auckland on July 21 2015. The stocktake is a review of the...
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has issued for public consultation a revised version of the "General guide to account opening", which was first published in February 2003, and the...
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a Final report on the guidelines on product oversight and governance arrangements for retail banking products, setting out the requirements for...
The man responsible for a crucial part of tough new EU anti-money laundering legislation, the beneficial ownership register, has told PaymentsCompliance he believes the industry has nothing to fear...
Imminent changes to Canada’s anti-money laundering regime have been welcomed by legal experts, who suggest the new regulations could modernise compliance practices for e-commerce and payments...
The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC), the Joint Financial Crimes Unit of the States of Jersey Police, the Law Officers’ Department, Jersey Finance Limited and Digital Jersey have...
The Department of Finance of Ireland launch a consultation with their position intended to inform the Department’s position with regard to provisions of the directive on payment accounts (PAD).This...

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