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Kelly Read-Parish

Open Banking vs. Screen Scraping: looking ahead in 2019

The sharing of customer transactional data in the UK will undergo a significant change in September 2019, with legislation coming into effect due to end the decade old practice of screen scraping. In

04 Jan 2019
Eli Rosner

Data - it's what you do with it that counts

The volume, variety and velocity of data created in the digital age is making data usage a strategic priority for banks of all sizes. Data is often described as the ‘new currency’, and rightly so, as ...

04 Jan 2019
Data Management 101
Steve Britton

Electronic Invoicing in the UK Public Sector, post Brexit

Electronic Invoicing in the UK Public Sector, post Brexit – how close are we to achieving a digital government? It has been over 4 years since the UK Government’s enquiry into electronic invoicing (‘e...

03 Jan 2019
Electronic invoicing
Retired Member

One year on and none the wiser

MiFID has achieved the rare feat of becoming a genericized trademark. In the same way that Xerox stands for copy machines in general, MiFID has turned into a synonym for all financial markets’ regulat...

03 Jan 2019
Retired Member

Processing Chargebacks in a Card-less Society

According to Forex, the UK is currently the third most cashless society in the world, pipped to the post by Canada and Sweden, which were found to be ahead of the trend in ditching cash. However, new...

02 Jan 2019
Matt Smith

MiFID II - One Year On

We are close approaching the 1st anniversary of the most anticipated regulatory change in recent years – MiFID II. Sweeping into force on January 3, 2018 MiFID II brought with it a huge overhaul of th...

02 Jan 2019
Banking Regulations
Ketharaman Swaminathan

Tap's Loss Is Dip's Gain - Or The Attitude That Will Kill Contactless Payments

India's central bank-cum-banking regulator Reserve Bank of India relaxed the two factor authentication mandate for instore card payments below INR 2000 (~US$30). This means that you can pay with cred...

02 Jan 2019