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Mortgage distribution: FCA aims to remove regulatory barriers to consumer-facing innovation

In its Mortgages Market Study final report the FCA commented that, in contrast to other markets, there hasn't been much progress in consumer-facing innovation in mortgage distribution....

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'Mortgage prisoners': FCA proposes a regulatory key to the cell door

One of the key areas for improvement identified by the FCA in its Mortgages Market Study final report is to make it easier for so-called 'mortgage prisoners' - longstanding borrowers on...

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Mortgages Market Study: FCA's final report puts consumer information, innovation and freeing 'mortgage prisoners' front and centre

The FCA's final report on its Mortgages Market Study confirms that the UK mortgages market is working well in many ways. But it has found that there's room for improvement in the tools...

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What lies ahead for UK payments and retail banking regulation in 2019?

2018 was dominated by preparations, or talk about preparations, for Brexit and 2019 started out in the same vein, with many firms planning for the worst while hoping for the best.

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Card acquiring services: UK Payment Systems Regulator launches its market review

The UK Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) has kicked off its market review into card-acquiring services with the publication of its final terms of reference (ToR). For affected firms,...

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FCA finalised guidance on fairness of variation terms in financial services consumer contracts: the devil's in the detail

The FCA published their finalised guidance on the fairness of variation terms in financial services consumer contracts under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 on 19 December 2018.

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Savings accounts: In or out? The CJEU's flexible approach to savings accounts.

In a very short judgment the CJEU has decided that an online direct savings account which permits unlimited access to funds, but only through an intermediate reference (current) account, is ...

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HMT looks to create payments parachute for a cliff-edge Brexit

HM Treasury's draft Brexit Regulations for UK payment services and e-money activity aim to soften the practical impact of the EEA suddenly becoming, to all intents and purposes, a third...

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Contactless mobile payments: PSR report keeps future regulatory options open

Whilst the UK Payment Systems Regulator's recently published report into the contactless mobile payments (CMP) sector is generally good news for the industry, this isn't the end of the...

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Card-acquiring services: UK Payment Systems Regulator to carry out market review

The UK Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) has published draft terms of reference (ToR) for a market review into card-acquiring services using its general powers under the Financial Services...

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FCA proposes to extend FOS jurisdiction to cover bank transfer fraud

The FCA has published a joint consultation paper with the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) which, most notably, proposes to extend the jurisdiction of the FOS to cover complaints ...

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Money20/20: Key takeaways from Amsterdam

This year's Money20/20 Europe saw continued growth in both numbers (the event boasted over 5,000 attendees, 1,500 companies, and 400 speakers from 80 countries) and energy as attendees...

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