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A majority of senior managers in the financial services sector believe regulatory pressures will force banks to upgrade their legacy systems, according to a new survey. 19 Sep 2014
Plans to tighten rules on the authentication of payments made via mobile wallets have been unveiled by the presidency of EU law making body the Council of Ministers. 16 Sep 2014
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The commercial investment market is becoming an increasingly less attractive prospect to lenders, such as banks. This being the case, many UK lenders are beginning to look towards development and developers as a potential source of income.
Many different legal structures can be used when buying commercial property, whether to gain tax advantages or shield investors from individual liability. In the property sector, these are known as 'wrappers'.
Banks headquartered outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) will be expected to adequately cover the risk of future failure of any UK branch before they will be able to open or operate one, the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has said. 12 Sep 2014
Moody's, the ratings agency, has proposed changes to the way in which it calculates banks' credit ratings which it said would better reflect the risk that different classes of creditor could be expected to 'bail in' a struggling bank. 12 Sep 2014
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