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By Yvonne Dunn, Luke Scanlon
The Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) said the changes mean that "customers using credit cards, e-wallets and prepaid cards will also be able to take advantage of open banking services" in future.
By Luke Scanlon, Tony Anderson
A new study has highlighted major differences in the way bitcoin and initial coin offerings (ICOs) are regulated across the world.
By Bryan Tan
The exchange of virtual currencies into national currencies or other virtual currencies is to be regulated in Singapore, the city state's central bank has said.
By Tony Anderson
Some of the plans submitted by UK-headquartered banks wishing to continue to operate in the euro area after Brexit have been criticised as inadequate by financial regulators.
By David Heffron, Elizabeth Budd, Ian Warner
The FCA released a consultation paper (CP17/37) [03.11.17] on Industry Codes of Conduct and Discussion Paper on FCA Principle 5. The FCA are consulting because their "expectations of authorised firms"...
By Colin Read, Alexis Roberts, Nicholas Bradley
Welcome to Insurance Briefing - a fortnightly round-up of insurance legal and business developments published on Out-Law - with analysis and commentary from the insurance team at Pinsent Masons.
By David Heffron
Everyday consumers have been advised not to invest in cryptocurrency contracts for difference (CFDs) by the UK's City watchdog.
By Iain Sawers
Financial firms could be made subject to a new duty of care, requiring them to exercise "reasonable skill and care" when providing services to consumers, the financial regulator has indicated.
By Tobin Ashby
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued an alert to all principals with appointed representatives or introducer appointed representatives (appointed representatives). The alert highlights some risks there may be for principals in their relationships with their appointed representatives.
By Martin Bishop, Claire Massie, John Maciver, Yvonne Dunn
The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee has voted to increase the central bank interest rate for the first time since 2007.
By Out-Law.com  
A new right for businesses and consumers who make payments by cheque to obtain a free copy of that cheque from their bank is set to be introduced into UK law.
By Yvonne Dunn
Businesses that issue tokens and cryptocurrencies in return for investment in New Zealand will be considered to be issuing securities, the country's Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has said.
By Bryan Tan
Banks in Singapore look set to be subject to new regulations on cybersecurity, according to media reports in the country.
By Tony Anderson
The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has voted to increase the central bank interest rate for the first time since 2007.
By Elizabeth Budd
Industry estimates of 75,000 long term job losses in the City of London in the aftermath of the UK's departure from the EU are "plausible", the head of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has said.
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