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www.bypeople.com Womby is a bold all-caps font, with support for some accented and special characters -including the eszett- and most punctuation marks and symbols. It is based on geometric fonts, as evident in its perfectly round O and almost perfectly consistent l…
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Budget 2015: First look at the policies for technology
QUOTE The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Project Innovate will work with HM Treasury and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) to investigate the feasibility of developing a regulatory ‘sandbox’ for financial services innovators. The FCA, working with the PRA, will also identify ways to support the adoption of new technologies to facilitate the delivery of regulatory requirements – so-called ‘regtech’.

“Innovate Finance has agreed to deliver its fintech regional strategy through a series of local partnerships. The first partnership has already been established in Leeds, and further partnerships will be established in Manchester and Edinburgh by April, and in Newcastle, Bristol and other centres before the end of the year.”
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may 2015 by lafgrp
Budget 2015: First look at the policies for technology
QUOTE The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Project Innovate will work with HM Treasury and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) to investigate the feasibility of developing a regulatory ‘sandbox’ for financial services innovators. The FCA, working with the PRA, will also identify ways to support the adoption of new technologies to facilitate the delivery of regulatory requirements – so-called ‘regtech’.

“Innovate Finance has agreed to deliver its fintech regional strategy through a series of local partnerships. The first partnership has already been established in Leeds, and further partnerships will be established in Manchester and Edinburgh by April, and in Newcastle, Bristol and other centres before the end of the year.”
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may 2015 by fjk4
PSD2 UK reaction: Minutes of Stakeholder Liaison Group mtg of 29JUL13
To get industry’s initial views on the draft second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), which was published 5 days earlier. Attended by...
AFEP
IAMTN
AMEX
Mobile BroadbandGroup
BBA
Moneygram
Citibank
Payments Council
EMA
Prepaid International Forum
FCA
RBS
UK Cards
HM Treasury
UKGCVA
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may 2015 by lafgrp
PSD2 UK reaction: Minutes of Stakeholder Liaison Group mtg of 29JUL13
To get industry’s initial views on the draft second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), which was published 5 days earlier. Attended by...
AFEP
IAMTN
AMEX
Mobile BroadbandGroup
BBA
Moneygram
Citibank
Payments Council
EMA
Prepaid International Forum
FCA
RBS
UK Cards
HM Treasury
UKGCVA
376 
may 2015 by fjk4
The FCA and innovation / regulatory sandbox
QUOTE One thing firms told us is that they want easier ways of testing out products or services with customers. They want to do this before committing to the time and expense of becoming fully authorised. This approach is known as a regulatory sandbox, and it was recently announced in the Budget.

This is how it works in other sectors of the technology industry, or in parts of the pharmaceutical industry. You create a product; you trial it with some consenting customers; and if it works, you ask for more funding. But our regulatory regime makes this approach difficult.

If you are carrying out a regulated activity, you need to become authorised. Only then can you sell your product to consumers. There would be risks if we changed this framework. The question for us is how do we allow for experimentation while still ensuring an appropriate degree of consumer protection?

There may be ways to work within the existing framework or regulation. Many businesses choose to become Appointed Representatives of other firms. Some European Directives contain limited network exemptions that are helpful for trialling new services.

We want to explore how we might draw on all these options and develop a new approach that could support testing of innovations at an early stage. 
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may 2015 by lafgrp
The FCA and innovation / regulatory sandbox
QUOTE One thing firms told us is that they want easier ways of testing out products or services with customers. They want to do this before committing to the time and expense of becoming fully authorised. This approach is known as a regulatory sandbox, and it was recently announced in the Budget.

This is how it works in other sectors of the technology industry, or in parts of the pharmaceutical industry. You create a product; you trial it with some consenting customers; and if it works, you ask for more funding. But our regulatory regime makes this approach difficult.

If you are carrying out a regulated activity, you need to become authorised. Only then can you sell your product to consumers. There would be risks if we changed this framework. The question for us is how do we allow for experimentation while still ensuring an appropriate degree of consumer protection?

There may be ways to work within the existing framework or regulation. Many businesses choose to become Appointed Representatives of other firms. Some European Directives contain limited network exemptions that are helpful for trialling new services.

We want to explore how we might draw on all these options and develop a new approach that could support testing of innovations at an early stage.
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may 2015 by fjk4
Fingelton Report for UK Gov on Data  Sharing  and  Open  Data  for  Banks  
QUOTE third  party  innovation  strategy  allows  a  bank  to  find  ways  to  engage  with  these  innovators  and  find  ways  to  create  mutual  value.    If  a  customer  is  going  to  use  Transferwise,  it  is  better  for  a  bank  that  they  do  so  as  a  plug-­‐in  to  the  bank’s  own  portal,  rather  than  behind  the  bank’s  back.

Also QUOTE An  opportunity  to  get  ahead  of  PSD  2
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may 2015 by lafgrp
Fingelton Report for UK Gov on Data Sharing and Open Data for Banks
QUOTE third  party  innovation  strategy  allows  a  bank  to  find  ways  to  engage  with  these  innovators  and  find  ways  to  create  mutual  value.    If  a  customer  is  going  to  use  Transferwise,  it  is  better  for  a  bank  that  they  do  so  as  a  plug-­‐in  to  the  bank’s  own  portal,  rather  than  behind  the  bank’s  back.

Also QUOTE An  opportunity  to  get  ahead  of  PSD  2
376 
may 2015 by fjk4
Payments Council Note to European Central Bank,
QUOTE creation of an uneven playing field as a result of varying security obligations in different jurisdictions
376 
may 2015 by lafgrp
Payments Council Note to European Central Bank,
QUOTE creation of an uneven playing field as a result of varying security obligations in different jurisdictions
376 
may 2015 by fjk4
Finextra: Finextra video:What can we expect from the PSD II?
Eric Tak Global Head Cards, Cash & New Business, ING
376 
may 2015 by lafgrp
Finextra: Finextra video:What can we expect from the PSD II?
Eric Tak Global Head Cards, Cash & New Business, ING
376 
may 2015 by fjk4

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