Payments and retail banking regulation in 2018: Transatlantic trends

Major change is now business as usual for those in the payments and retail banking sectors, whichever side of the Atlantic you're on. The many changes taking place cannot fail to have a significant impact on business models.

We expect to see the influence of Open Banking and third party payment providers in the UK and progress towards the introduction of a faster payments system in the U.S.

The UK regulator's emphasis on problem debt and the sweeping amendments to the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's mortgage servicing rules will also continue to be hot topics.

A common theme in the financial crime and enforcement space is the need to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing in the context of an increased use of money services businesses and virtual currencies.

To help you adapt we've compiled the attached snapshot where you can read about these developments and more.

We hope these perspectives on some of the key initiatives and trends for 2018 will help you to meet the challenges that change brings and even turn them into opportunities in the year ahead.

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