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NYDFS steps up war of words with OCC over fintech charter plans

NYDFS steps up war of words with OCC over fintech charter plans

16 March 2017  |  3778 views  |  0 comments | 8 tweets | 6 linkedin

New York's State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has re-ignited its war of words with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) over plans to offer bank charter status to qualifying fintech firms.

Scotiabank to fund research into cyberattacks and risk modeling

Scotiabank to fund research into cyberattacks and risk modeling

14 March 2017  |  5392 views  |  0 comments | 7 tweets | 4 linkedin

Scotiabank is to fund a $2 million cybersecurity and financial risk initiative at the University of British Columbia.

PSD2 dominates discussion on day one of European Payments Summit

PSD2 dominates discussion on day one of European Payments Summit

09 March 2017  |  8626 views  |  0 comments | 22 tweets | 51 linkedin

The Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) represents the biggest change in banking for 700 years, says Patrick Tans, senior general manager banking products at KBC Bank. Speaking at the European Payments Summit in the Hague, Tans said under PSD2, banks will lose the monopoly on customer experience and interaction that they have enjoyed since the 1400s.

Singapore and Abu Dhabi sign fintech co-operation agreement

Singapore and Abu Dhabi sign fintech co-operation agreement

08 March 2017  |  10519 views  |  0 comments | 10 tweets | 10 linkedin

Regulatory authorities in Singapore and Abu Dhabi have inked an agreement to support fintech startups entering each territory and undertake joint project on the application of new technologies in finance, including mobile payments, distributed ledgers and big data.

Comptroller Curry hits back at critics of fintech charter plans

Comptroller Curry hits back at critics of fintech charter plans

07 March 2017  |  5027 views  |  1 comments | 13 tweets | 8 linkedin

Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry says the oversight body will persist with plans to offer banking charters to fintech companies, dismissing criticisms that the agency is over-reaching its authority.

Fed governor cautions on central bank-issued digital currencies

Fed governor cautions on central bank-issued digital currencies

06 March 2017  |  7198 views  |  1 comments | 11 tweets | 10 linkedin

A US Federal Reserve governor has poured cold water on the prospect of central bank-issued digital currencies, saying that they raise serious security and privacy concerns and could become a prime target for crooks.

Law firms cosy up to UK fintech community

Law firms cosy up to UK fintech community

06 March 2017  |  9655 views  |  0 comments | 15 tweets | 8 linkedin

Top law firm Slaughter and May is to give five fintech startups free legal services worth tens of thousands of pounds. Meanwhile, another law firm, Simmons & Simmons, is launching a fintech and regtech student support programme with London's Queen Mary University.

Bank of Japan exec warns FS firms against leaving DLT expertise to tech providers

Bank of Japan exec warns FS firms against leaving DLT expertise to tech providers

02 March 2017  |  13511 views  |  0 comments | 12 tweets | 8 linkedin

Distributed ledger technology has huge potential but has not yet reached the stage where it can fully replace current centralised systems, says a senior Bank of Japan official, who also warns FS firms against leaving the development and understanding of the tech to outside vendors.

HQ row fingered over likely LSE-Deutsche Bourse deal collapse

HQ row fingered over likely LSE-Deutsche Bourse deal collapse

28 February 2017  |  6358 views  |  0 comments | 1 linkedin

As the £21 billion London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Bourse merger nears collapse, speculation is mounting that a fallout over the location of the combined group's headquarters - not the LSE's stake in Italy's MTS - is behind the deal's failure.

Robot workers to monitor markets for abusive trading

Robot workers to monitor markets for abusive trading

28 February 2017  |  6146 views  |  0 comments | 16 tweets | 16 linkedin

Japan Exchange Group and the Tokyo Stock Exchange are looking to bring artificial intelligence to bear on determining abusive trading practices in market surveillance operations.

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