PaymentsCompliance provides a quick summary of the SDD rulebook.The SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) Rulebook provides Rules governing the SEPA Direct Debit (Core Scheme) - the first payment instrument that...
PaymentsCompliance provides an overview of the Regulation (EU) No 260/2012 on technical and business requirements for credit transfers and direct debits in euro.
PaymentCompliance provides a brief overview of the current PSD. 
PaymentsCompliance continues to track the forthcoming 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive. This legal briefing highlights the important recitals and articles which may directly or indirectly affect...
PaymentsCompliance has provided an overview of the PSD2 as published - including, what it is, who it affects, what is within its scope and what is out of its scope. 
 Dimitar Bogov, Governor of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia, gave a speech during July 2014 on EU payments systems, activities and developments.  
Indonesia's deputy governor, Ronald Waas, gave a speech on the coordination between Indonesian authorities addressing money changers and guidelines from a legal, national and economic point of view.  
Serbia’s financial regulator has published a draft law promising major reform of the country’s stuttering payments system, a move legal experts believe is long overdue.
Payments businesses must treat regulators as partners and put safeguards in place “from day one” to navigate the thickening legal mire entangling cross-border transactions, top industry executives...
For the payments and telecoms industries, Africa has become synonymous with mobile money and mobile payments developments. This briefing explores the rise of mobile money in Africa from both a...
Reforms to Peru’s payment industry regulations began in 1997, seeking to improve security and efficiency, as well as promote emerging payment services. These reforms peaked in 2013, when Peru...
The US Treasury financial bureau’s latest position on digital currencies could stifle innovation and set costly legal traps for businesses dabbling in the space, experts have warned.
Payments and money transfer e-business PayPal is likely to become a long-term takeover target for rivals after the e-commerce site eBay said it planned to split off its payment arm into a separate...
Europe must introduce strong regulation to cap debit and credit card fees after MasterCard lost its long legal battle against an EU ban on high-cost cross-border fees, commerce experts have said.
India’s banking regulator has issued new billing restrictions which will forbid international businesses such as flourishing taxi app Uber from processing payments via foreign banks.
A payments executive has said the evolution of the motor car can teach big banks valuable lessons about staying afloat as regulators state concern that industry change is occurring too slowly.

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