Global FinTech & Payments Blog

Tag Archives: Banking

Regulators Get Tough on Regulatory Outsourcing Failings

Latest FCA and PRA fines against a retail bank show little tolerance for poor outsourcing systems and controls. By Fiona M. Maclean, Christian F. McDermott, Laura Holden, and Charlotte Collins On 29 May 2019, the FCA and PRA announced that they had fined an independent UK bank for failing to manage its outsourcing arrangements properly … Continue Reading

First Virtual Bank Licenses Granted in Hong Kong

The HKMA has issued three virtual banking licenses as part of its broader initiatives to develop the local banking industry. By Simon Hawkins and Kenneth Hui The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) recently announced the issuance of the first virtual banking licenses to three entities. Virtual banks in Hong Kong are banks that primarily deliver … Continue Reading

Payments Innovation and Competition in Retail Banking Services Stay High on FCA Agenda for 2018

Driven by payments innovation and new regulation, 2018 is cited as the year for some of the most significant changes retail banking has seen. By Stuart Davis and Brett Carr At the Westminster Business Forum for Digital Payments, Adoption, Innovation and Policy Priorities, Graeme McLean (Head of Banking, Lending & Distribution at the FCA) appraised … Continue Reading
LexBlog