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Global Payments Newsletter, March 2021

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: HM Treasury publishes Kalifa Review of UK FinTech, setting out a strategy for the growth and widespread adoption ...

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Global Payments Newsletter, February 2021

Key developments of interest over the last month include:

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Global Payments Newsletter, January 2021

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: HM Treasury consults on regulatory approach to cryptoassets and stablecoins. Italy: Government repeals the...

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Global Payments Newsletter, December 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: HM Treasury is consulting on proposed insolvency changes for payment institutions and electronic money...

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Global Payments Newsletter, November 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: Europe: The CJEU has found that (i) PSD2 does not restrict the type of terms that can be changed by tacit consent, but where the ...

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Global Payments Newsletter, October 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: Europe: The European Commission has published a communication setting out an EU Retail Payments Strategy. France: The French...

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Global Payments Newsletter, September 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: The Payment Systems Regulator has published its interim report on its market review into the supply of...

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Global Payments Newsletter, August 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: HM Treasury publishes Call for Evidence for Payments Landscape Review, seeking industry input on how payment...

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Global Payments Newsletter, July 2020

Key developments of interest over the last month include: Australia: Open banking launches with the initiation of the Consumer Data Right. Customers of Australia's four major banks...

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