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The Dutch Senate approved the legislative proposal transposing the second Payment Services Directive (Directive 2015/2366 – PSD2) into Dutch law on 4 December 2018. At that time, it was expected that the effective date ...
In this client alert we discuss the recent letter from Dutch Data Protection Authority calling out to banks to reconsider any plans they may have to use personal data in transactional data for direct marketing purposes, ...
New initiative by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Singapore Academy of Law helps payment firms easily access specialised legal services to meet compliance needs
On March 19th, 2019, following a public consultation, the Bank of Italy published its final report for the purposes of updating the rules on "Transparency of banking and financial transactions and services.
German regulator BaFin released its new draft circular on exposures associated with high risk.
With no foreseeable positive decision regarding Brexit, a so-called No-Deal Brexit is most likely. What does this mean for customers of British financial institutions, the European Passport and is German banking ...
The Danish FSA (DFSA) has just issued a statement following the EBA's opinion of 21 June 2019 on Strong Customer Authentication (SCA).
FlixMobility responds with an appeal to a surprising decision of the Regional Court of Munich I (LG München) from December 2018 in favor of the German association to combat unfair competition (Wettbewerbszentrale) which ...
The Danish FSA recently issued a statement addressing possible exemption for financial management systems, ERP systems and similar systems with an integrated payment function from the requirement of strong customer ...
On 30 January 2019, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority ("Danish FSA") issued a statement on its interpretation of account information services ("AIS") under the Danish payments act no. 652 of 8 June 2018