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Overseas payment providers that plead ignorance of scams perpetrated by their merchants will not get a free pass from the …
Denmark’s competition authority is pushing back against de-risking of fintechs by traditional banks, seeking to establish a clear line between …
The UK’s financial regulator will take enforcement action against firms that miss milestones for implementing strong customer authentication well ahead …