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Banks do not need to check whether their customers have given other companies permission to access information from their payment accounts under EU payment services laws, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has confirmed. 15 Jun 2018
Major financial institutions in the UK are set to face new minimum requirements on the level of service they provide under plans being drawn up at the Bank of England. 15 Jun 2018
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A lack of resources for police and prosecutors and the international focus of regulators could be contributing to the falling number of prosecutions for white collar crime in England and Wales, according to international law firm Pinsent Masons. 12 Jun 2018
Manufacturers of connected cars and medical devices will be among the businesses able to obtain an EU-wide certificate that their products conform to cybersecurity standards under new laws that have been proposed. 08 Jun 2018
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