Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft’s fight against political sanctions is heading to the European Court of Justice (CJEU) following a discrepancy in the definition of payment processing...
Ben Regnard-Weinrabe, partner, and Rachael Welham, trainee solicitor, at Paul Hastings law firm take a detailed look at what key changes the proposed second Payment Services Directive will make to...
Adam Atlas, attorney at law, and Saranya Danasekaran, student at law, discuss the regulation of the cryto-currency Bitcoin at federal and state level in the United States.
New York is to finalize its regulatory stance towards Bitcoin in January, with special licenses to help start-ups and small businesses dealing in crypto-currency cope with “crushing” compliance costs.
South Korea has eased strict regulations on mandatory online payment security software, as part of an ongoing effort to slash financial red tape and continue its growing e-commerce development.
The world’s largest electronic payments system has reacted angrily to EU leaders attempts to use it as a punitive measure in the Ukraine crisis, as Russia mulls creating a rival interbank scheme.
Blocking Russia from making international payments could disrupt the entire economic system, damage "the lifeblood of business" and potentially drag Europe back into financial crisis, economics...
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.
New regulations to control the growth of e-money and e-payments services in Turkey have been announced to help regain control of the country’s finances.
François Marc and Philippe Marini, president and general rapporteur of the committee of finance of the Senate, have published a report on behalf of the finance committee on issues related to...
Banks funding trade should have looser regulation and payment compliance than those covering other areas of finance, the world’s largest business representative organisation has said.

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