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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 16 May 2019

FCA solo regulated firms and the extension of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime: Are you ready?

With the extension of the SMCR to all FCA regulated firms little more than six months away, employment solicitor Anna Law looks at what steps firms

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 22 Jan 2019

An Account Information Service Is Not Just A Payment Service

There are good reasons why a service that displays or shares data from your payment account ("account information service" or “AIS”) became a

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 20 Nov 2018

The Berkeley Burke Judicial Review Decision - Implications for SIPP Providers

The recent judicial review decision in Berkeley Burke Sipp Administration Ltd v Financial Ombudsman Service Limited 2018 EWHC 2878 (Admin) (30

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2018

Financial Ombudsman Service award limit and eligibility criteria to increase

The FCA yesterday published a set of near-final rules which, if adopted, will not only widen access to the Financial Ombudsman Service to businesses

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom, European Union | 29 Aug 2018

Brexit for EEA financial services firms doing business in the UK

Much of the discussion around Brexit has focused on the position of UK firms passporting into EEA countries. There are, however, 8,000 firms using

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2018

To IPO or not to IPO: why the public markets are not just for the likes of Spotify

Spotify is an exciting company and the chosen source, by many, for great music. Having joined the stock market in New York earlier this month its

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom, European Union | 16 Jan 2018

MiFID II: What is it and what does it mean for the world of finance?

MiFID II came into force on 3 January, imposing very extensive changes to the regulatory regime for investment firms and other participants in

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom, European Union | 12 Jan 2018

PSD2: Impact of the New Payment Services Regulations

2018 is a game changer when it comes to retail charges for payments, loyalty schemes, retail banking and payment services generally. As the new

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 14 Nov 2017

BrightHouse: is Rent-to-Own a risk?

BrightHouse was recently ordered to pay almost £15 million in redress to customers after discussions with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), after

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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 30 Oct 2017

Equihack Scandal: Transparency Levels as the Ultimate Weapon

The fallout from the recent Equifax data breach is continuing as the Financial Conduct Authority begins its investigation into exactly what happened

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