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Ping Identity launches updated sandbox for open banking in Australia

31 Aug 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Ping Identity has announced an update to its Australia-based Consumer Data Right (CDR) sandbox environment enabling financial institutions to accelerate open banking implementation.

Ping Identity, sandbox, open banking, Australia, Consumer Data Right, banks, fintech, financial institutions, CDR rules, data, DevOps, concurrent consent, data holder, data sharing

Russia implements new crypto rules, as banks adapt to new exchanges

10 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Russia has introduced new rules regarding the use of cryptocurrency its borders, coming into effect in January 2021. 

Russia, crypto rules, cryptocurrency, banks, exchanges, Bitcoin, Ether, Vladimir Putin, Kremplin, cryptocurrency law, digital currency, Russian Federation, crypto exchanges, Bitcoin mining, blockchain

Starling Bank seeks GBP 35 mln in competition funding

03 Jul 2020 | Payments General

Starling Bank has planned to apply for grants worth up to GBP 35 million from an EU-backed competition fund that has already awarded it GBP 100 million.

Starling Bank, competition funding, grants, EU-backed competition fund, startup bank, BCR, Banking Competition Remedies, SMEs, small business market, alternative remedies fund, Royal Bank of Scotland, UK, United Kingdom, banking market, EU state aid rules

Australia introduces Consumer Data Right for data sharing

03 Jul 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched the mandatory Competition and Consumer (Consumer Data Right) Rules.

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, ACCC, Competition and Consumer Rules, Consumer Data Right, data sharing, banking, Australia, banking data, credit cards, debit cards

Plea filed against Google Pay on flouting India's UPI interoperability rules

13 May 2020 | Mobile Payments

Delhi High Court has filed a pledge alleging that digital payments player Google Pay has flouted the rules of UPI interoperability.

Delhi High Court, Google Pay, UPI, mobile payments, interoperability rules, NPCI, National Payments Corporation of India, India

Uzbekistan substantially updates payments services regulations

11 May 2020 | Online Payments

Uzbekistan has updated its regulations regarding payments systems, to clarify whether companies need to be licensed for providing payment services in the country.

Uzbekistan, Central Bank of Uzbekistan, Rules on the Issuance and Circulation of Electronic Money, e-money, electronic money, online payments, payments regulation

Japan to make it convenient for banks to invest in fintech via new rules

11 May 2020 | Payments General

Japan has been reportedly planning to ease its investment rules and requirements, to make it more convenient for banks to invest in fintech companies.

Japan, fintech, lending, banking, rules, data sharing

Singapore introduces AML rules for crypto businesses

30 Jan 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced it is updating its regulatory framework for digital payments.

Singapore, AML, rules, cryptocurrency, digital payments, regulations, counterterrorist-financing, CTF

Court rules: Nordea Bank free to prevent employees from investing in Bitcoin

04 Dec 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

The Danish court has ruled that Nordea Bank is free to prevent its employees from investing in Bitcoin and other cryptos in their own time.

Nordea Bank, investment, Bitcoin, court, rules, cryptocurrency, digital assets, financial industry, Denmark, money laundering

US Federal Reserve eases liquidity rules for foreign banks

14 Oct 2019 | Payments General

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve has announced it will not be forcing the US branches of foreign banks to hold a minimum level of liquid assets.

US, Federal Reserve, liquidity, liquidity rules, banking, foreign bank, North America, liquid assets, US bank branch, Dodd-Frank Act, off-balance sheet exposure

DataVisor reveals Advanced Rules Engine, strengthening its fraud detection solutions suite

02 Oct 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

DataVisor has expanded its range of fraud detection solutions with the Advanced Rules Engine, in a bit to help organisations take proactive measurements against fraud.

DataVisor, Advanced Rules Engine, fraud detection, machine learning, ML, rules, accounts, management

Central Bank of Ireland delays deadline for SCA rules

13 Aug 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

The Central Bank of Ireland has announced a delay to the roll out of strong customer authentication (SCA) rules, thus following the lead of the Bank of England.

Central Bank of Ireland, SCA rules, strong customer authentication, banks, regulations, ecommerce, transactions, online businesses, compliance

New rules to protect BNPL consumers revealed by the FCA

14 Jun 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced new rules for the Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) market.

Financial Conduct Authority, FCA, ecommerce, consumers, rules, buy now pay later, BNPL, UK, consumer protection

ACCC publishes draft rules for open banking data sharing

09 Apr 2019 | Payments General

The ACCC has published draft rules for the Consumer Data Right, which will be applied under the open banking regime starting in July 2019.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Consumer Data Right, Australia, open banking, draft rules, data request, open API, banking, TPP, open banking security,

Europe calls for participants to pilot AI ethics rules

09 Apr 2019 | Payments General

The European Commission has announced intentions to pilot a draft of ethical rules for developing and applying AI technologies to ensure they can be implemented in practice.

European Commission, AI, ethic rules, innovation, Europe, Artificial Intelligence, transparency, diversity, privacy, data governance, accountability

Mastercard: Indias localisation rules may compromise fraud detection and ML

18 Mar 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Mastercard has showed concerns of India’s strict data localisation rules that could compromise its ability to detect frauds and ML in the domestic payments system.

Mastercard, India, data rules, fraud detection, money laundering, payments, localisation, risks, US

Mastercard brings new rules into the retailer-customer relationship

15 Mar 2019 | Cards

As financial losses from free-trial offers have summed over USD 1.3 billion in the past 10 years, Mastercard has introduced a new policy to address this issue.

Mastercard, retail, rules, regulations, cardholder, billing, free trial offers, subscription, digital services, payment, merchants, acquirers, cards

Why implement a fraud management solution that combines machine learning with rules?

01 Feb 2019 | Expert Opinion

Mark W. Hall from CyberSource explains how machine learning supports fast detection of emerging fraud patterns, while enabling the injection of human ingenuity

Mark W Hall, CyberSource, machine learning, fraud prevention, ecommerce, fraud management, rules, artificial intelligence