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German Legislator reforms rules for crowdfunding allowing for broader exemption, transparency and investor protection
German regulator BaFin limits the application of strong customer authentication for direct debiting schemes.
The German Ministry of Finance published a proposal to implement Directive (EU) 2018/843 (fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive) into German national law. The draft proposes changes when using trusted third parties.
Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) concludes in a circular that bank’s new account interfaces do not conform to PSD2 requirements. They may thus not switch off access through existing interfaces.
To aid the UAE government's efforts to position the UAE as a leader in digital services, on 1 January 2017, the UAE Central Bank published the Regulatory Framework For Stored Values and Electronic Payment Systems (the ...
The draft bill of the Financial Market Integrity Strengthening Act (Finanzmarktintegritätsstärkungsgesetz – FISG) and the seven-points plan to reform Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für ...
In the Copenhagen Fintech Magazine 2021 published by Business Insights, Annette Printz Nielsen, partner and Head of the Financial Services Sector Group in Denmark, talks about the challenges, opportunities, and ...
On 10 November 2021, the Crowdfunding Service Provider Regulation ((EU) 2020/1503 - European Crowdfunding Service Provider Regulation - "ECSPR") will enter into force.
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