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Cross Border Payments Regulation 2

With words and phrases such as “pandemic”, “furlough” and “business continuity measures” at the forefront of minds at the moment, firms may have missed that the

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Capital Stress Testing

I delivered a training session on capital adequacy last week. The irony of delivering the session on the cusp of such a capital-stressful situation was

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FCA issues statement on Covid-19

In response to the Covid-19 situation, which saw many UK financial institutions enacting their contingency plans, the FCA issued a statement yesterday setting out their expectations on firms.    There

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Capital adequacy: Brace for impact

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is taking every opportunity to warn payment and e-money institutions over “unacceptable” practices in safeguarding client funds, as well as around risk

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Brexit

Brexit: All systems go

As the clock strikes 11pm on Friday the 31st of January, the UK will make unprecedented steps and become the first state to leave the

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fscom UK

Capital adequacy: Brace for impact

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is taking every opportunity to warn payment and e-money institutions over “unacceptable” practices in safeguarding client funds, as well as around risk

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Brexit

Brexit Firm Awareness

One month ahead of the (latest) impending Brexit day, the general feeling among firms remains one of confusion. As it stands, the assurance one can

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fscom features in Thomson Reuters

fscom’s James Borley features in Thomson Reuters where he discusses the desire among payments firms for a better understanding of the licensing requirements of competent

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