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PSD2: "strong customer authentication" - what, when & how?

From 13 January 2018, banks, electronic money issuers and other payment service providers (together, PSPs) will be required to “appl[y] strong customer authentication… 1,295 more words

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PSD2: EBA consults on "strong customer authentication" & "common and secure communication"

(As anticipated) the European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a “Consultation Paper on the draft Regulatory Technical Standards specifying the requirements on strong customer authentication and common and secure communication under PSD2… 644 more words

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Virtual currencies & the 4th Anti-money Laundering Directive: EBA criticizes Commission's proposals

The European Banking Authority has published an Opinion, which criticizes the Commission’s approach to virtual currencies (VCs) and its proposed amendments to the 4th Anti-money Laundering Directive ( 973 more words

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EBA publishes Regulatory Technical Standards on separation of payment card schemes & processing entities: next steps

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published its final draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on the separation of payment card schemes and processing entities, under article 7(6) of the European Interchange Fees Regulation.  373 more words

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Will MPS deal unlock Italian NPL market?

A June PWC report claimed “The NPL volcano is ready to erupt”. The statement was based on the following analysis [1]

There is greater government and regulatory support for, and commitment to, the sale and resolution of NPL credits versus prior market cycles to accelerate bank sector rehabilitation and improvement to the real economy.

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The EBA Stress Test Data in Handy Format

Please find here the EBA 2016 stress test data in a handy format that allows quick comparison with data of the 2015 Transparency exercise.

This allows you to compare data from December 2014 to December 2015. 51 more words

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Concerning Government Debt

With August almost upon us the summer lull is well underway. The FTSE 100 index has drifted along in a 100 point range over the past three weeks; volatility has also fallen away in the US and European stock markets; sterling seems to have found a stable level in the wake of its Brexit-driven devaluation; and yields on the major bond markets, including the gilt market, have found their lows for now. 997 more words

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