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Payments & FinTech Lawyer

Current Issue (September 2017)

Volume: 11 Issue: 9

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About Payments & FinTech Lawyer

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

September's issue of Payments & FinTech Lawyer

Payments & FinTech Lawyer is a monthly publication containing indepth expert analysis of the key legal and regulatory developments in the payments and financial technology space.

In this month's edition, Gareth Malna of Burges Salmon LLP analyses the UK Government’s response to its consultation on the implementation of the Revised Payments Services Directive (‘PSD2’) into UK law, including by noting the key changes and other related developments from the Financial Conduct Authority.

In our lead article this month, John Salmon, Partner at Hogan Lovells LLP and Member of the Payments & FinTech Lawyer Editorial Board, provides an update on the journey of Open Banking so far and explains his view that the way in which the Revised Payment Services Directive has been drafted and the significant amount of time spent debating the draft Regulatory Technical Standards on Strong Customer Authentication has not helped industry obtain a clear picture of what will be required of them.

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For a complimentary copy of our publication, please email Conor Molloy at conor.molloy@cecileparkmedia.com

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