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article thumbnail Thursday, 28 January 2016

Upcoming payments regulation: A checklist
The Second Payments Services Directive and the Interchange Fee Regulation have attracted much of the attention in the payments industry, but there are many regulatory initiatives approaching in Europe that will have global effects on the financial sector. Read more ...

 
     

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Norway Payments Market Report

Norway’s mobile payments market is accelerating fast, but still somewhat behind its Nordic neighbours in terms of development.

DNB’s Vipps and Danske Bank’s MobilePay are the two main competing m-payment offerings in Norway, but a “bridge” is needed to link the Nordic schemes and fight international competition, according to the head of MobilePay Norway.
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article thumbnail Features - RegulationThursday, 20 October 2016

Making the best of Brexit
There were two good reasons for attending the Brexit & Global Expansion Summit in London.
Firstly to find out if anyone can shed some light on plans for the UK exit from the EU, and secondly to explore the fierce pace of the “Digital Transformation” that is redefining the payments industry Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - RegulationMonday, 26 September 2016

PSD2 will not be implemented in the UK
- VocaLink planning European base
- Special Q&A with David Yates, CEO of VocaLink PSD2 will not be implemented in the UK, which is in the process of planning its own, very similar Open API rules for payments. Read more ...

Features - RegulationTuesday, 01 December 2015

What cost compliance  under new EU data law?
All companies will be impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) but degree of awareness and cost analysis vary

The EU data law General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) is due to come into effect in December 2017. The EC intention is to unify data protection within EU with a single law because the current EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC does not sufficiently consider important aspects like globalization and technological developments including social networks and cloud computing. Read more ...

Features - RegulationWednesday, 13 August 2014

PAD – Joy for the unbanked but torment for the payments industry?
The EU's newly-approved Payment Accounts Directive (PAD) is designed to tackle financial exclusion, but it has much wider implications for the European payments industry. Roger Davies, principal consultant at EA Change Group, assesses its likely effects. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - RegulationFriday, 14 March 2014

Crossborder interchange to mirror domestic
European Parliament gets closer to turning payments proposal into law

Interchange on crossborder and domestic transactions is to be set at the same level, if the expected yes vote by the European Parliament later this month turns the draft regulation into law. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - RegulationThursday, 20 October 2016

Making the best of Brexit
There were two good reasons for attending the Brexit & Global Expansion Summit in London.
Firstly to find out if anyone can shed some light on plans for the UK exit from the EU, and secondly to explore the fierce pace of the “Digital Transformation” that is redefining the payments industry Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - RegulationMonday, 26 September 2016

PSD2 will not be implemented in the UK
- VocaLink planning European base
- Special Q&A with David Yates, CEO of VocaLink PSD2 will not be implemented in the UK, which is in the process of planning its own, very similar Open API rules for payments. Read more ...

Features - RegulationTuesday, 01 December 2015

What cost compliance  under new EU data law?
All companies will be impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) but degree of awareness and cost analysis vary

The EU data law General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) is due to come into effect in December 2017. The EC intention is to unify data protection within EU with a single law because the current EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC does not sufficiently consider important aspects like globalization and technological developments including social networks and cloud computing. Read more ...

Features - RegulationWednesday, 13 August 2014

PAD – Joy for the unbanked but torment for the payments industry?
The EU's newly-approved Payment Accounts Directive (PAD) is designed to tackle financial exclusion, but it has much wider implications for the European payments industry. Roger Davies, principal consultant at EA Change Group, assesses its likely effects. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - RegulationFriday, 14 March 2014

Crossborder interchange to mirror domestic
European Parliament gets closer to turning payments proposal into law

Interchange on crossborder and domestic transactions is to be set at the same level, if the expected yes vote by the European Parliament later this month turns the draft regulation into law. Read more ...

 
     
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