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February 2024
Since 2019, the UK’s banking sector has been refunding customers who become victims of authorised push payment (APP) scams, causing heated debate among industry professionals who believe the responsibility should lie elsewhere. This year, rules laid out by the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) in 2023 will come into force. The rules stipulate that both the sending and receiving firms should hold equal liability when reimbursing fraud victims in most cases. The rules have received widespread criticism from insiders and industry bodies alike. UK Finance has hit out at the PSR’s rules, which avoid the mention of Big Tech in the conversation.
February 2024
HSBC’s January launch of Zing, an e-money institution and standalone money transfer app, is something of a strategic departure for the global banking behemoth for a number of reasons. What it may imply for the bank strategically and what it signals for the future of international money transfers, fees, and product development are all valid questions. The true motivations behind the launch are likely more nuanced than may seem likely at first glance or that the bank may have you believe.
February 2024
In 2021, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Business Plan made clear its intent to apply a more intensive assessment with greater scrutiny of financial information and business models. This is being particularly felt in the payments space.
February 2024
There is an increasing need for enhanced data sharing in the payments industry to combat the rising threat of financial crime, specifically money laundering and online-enabled fraud.
February 2024
Andrew Novoselsky, Chief Product Officer at SumSub explores why Payment fraud poses a substantial challenge to the payments industry, and why its severity is anticipated to escalate in the coming years.
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