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Delegated Regulation supplementing IFR with RTS on separation of payment card schemes and processing entities published in OJ

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WFE best practice guidelines for cybersecurity compliance

The World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) has published a set of best practice guidelines for market infrastructures that are designed to engender a staff culture of cybersecurity compliance. When creating a cyber compliance framework, the best practice guidelines provide that WFE members should consider: behavioural incentives. These include focusing on: (i) cybersecurity in the home […]

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BoE evidence to House of Lords’ EU Financial Affairs sub-committee inquiry into financial regulation and supervision following Brexit

The House of Lords’ EU Financial Affairs sub-committee has published the transcript of the oral evidence given by Sir John Cunliffe, Bank of England (BoE) Deputy Governor for Financial Stability, and Sam Woods, BoE Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and PRA CEO, at an evidence session on 1 November 2017. Among other things, key points […]

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PSR responds to Treasury Committee concerns on future of UK free-to-use ATMs and outlines related work programme

The Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) has published a letter it has sent to the House of Commons’ Treasury Committee regarding the UK’s ATM network. In the letter, the PSR responds to concerns raised by the Committee regarding the future of the UK’s free-to-use (FTU) ATM network and expectations of the PSR’s role in ensuring the […]