Tag Archive: EU Payments Regulation

Writing for FX-MM, Deutsche Bank’s Stefan Fruschki highlights the challenges arising from new funds transfer regulation

Applicable since 26th June 2017, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) broadens and revises the information requirements that transactions involving EU or EEA-based payment service providers (PSP) must comply with. The regulation enables the region’s regulators to better trace transfers of funds – and thereby contributes to the prevention, detection and investigation of …

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Writing for Finextra, Deutsche Bank’s Christian Westerhaus believes clarity over EU FTR 2015 is needed

Effective since 26th June 2017, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) sets out to ensure the traceability of payments transactions, which is a powerful tool in the prevention, detection, and investigation of money laundering and terrorist financing. But with its implementation comes unexpected hurdles for payment service providers (PSPs). Writing for Finextra, Christian …

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Deutsche Bank publishes new whitepaper outlining the incoming EU Funds Transfer Regulation

Financial institutions and regulators require a common understanding of the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015’s (FTR 2015) revised scope and implications before its effective date or else they risk disruptions to transaction flows. This is according to Deutsche Bank’s newly-published whitepaper, “Funds Transfer Regulation 2015: a regional regulation with a global impact”. Applicable from 26 …

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Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian answers the Asset Servicing Times’ pressing questions regarding new EU payments regulation

The new EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2) comes into effect on 13th January 2018, and could cause – among other consequences – significant changes for payment service providers’ back office processes. In a Q&A article for Asset Servicing Times, Shahrokh Moinian, Global Head of Cash Management Corporates, Deutsche Bank, answers the industry’s most pressing questions …

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