The monthly publication covering legal, regulatory and policy developments relating to the fast-moving payments and FinTech sectors. Key topics include mobile payments, e-money, prepaid and other payment cards, online banking, digital currencies such as Bitcoin, card fraud and other cyber crime, RegTech, robo-advice, P2P lending, and crowdfunding, as well as regulatory regimes such as the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), the Payment Accounts Directive, and the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive / read more
April's issue of Payments & FinTech Lawyer
Payments & FinTech Lawyer, formerly known as E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy, is a monthly publication containing indepth expert analysis of the key legal and regulatory developments in the payments and financial technology space.
This month, Latham & Watkins provide detailed analysis of the OCC's guidance on availability of special purpose national bank charters for FinTech companies in the US. The article covers the rules provided by the OCC and the reaction to the proposals from stakeholders.
Further highlights include an article on Norway's preparations for the implementation of the revised Payment Services Directive ('PSD2'), an article on Australia's role in developing blockchain standards and an analysis piece on the Garante's largest ever fine that has been issued to a money transfer business for data protection violations.
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