Japan has become the latest major jurisdiction to hint it could require its banking sector to open up and allow access to innovative third-party providers.
The UK discusses beneficial ownership and current account reforms; the U.S. imposes sanctions on a money exchange accused of having links to Al Qaida operations in the Middle East; a rise in the...
Faster Payments confirms link-up with Raphaels Bank; a Russian gang of cybercriminals appears to have broken into Oracle payment systems; the Philippines central bank fines Rizal Bank for its part...
Israel’s top financial regulator has said legal and technical hurdles should be removed to allow non-bank providers access to the country’s bank-controlled payment systems.
Lawmakers in the UK will examine whether financial sector regulation could be amended to ease access to payment systems and bring the country’s 1.5m unbanked adults into the formal financial system.

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