Slides available from the CMA's update on progress related to their decisions taken following their market investigation into retail banking
Update on techuk's Payments Working Group and its activities.
The Competition & Markets Authority has published a draft order, which will mandate open APIs and other pro-competitive measures.
techUK has signed a letter to EU Commissioner Dombrovskis calling for more user-friendly online payment
techUK looks forward to working with both government and members in the New Year to support implementation and ensure that the UK’s fintech sector remains world...
Monitise FINKit Partner Programme launches with global financial, technology and information services giants and pioneering FinTech startups
FCA Take Forward CMA Recommendations around Account Switching & Overdraft Rules
HM Treasury Move Forward on the Pensions Dashboard Initiative
The European Banking Authority has published draft guidelines for companies on how to become authorised under the PSD2.
UK Government pushes back to showcase Britain's world leading FinTech sector.
Guest post by Alistair Sergeant, CEO, Purple
Analysis of member survey responses.
techUK would like recommendations from members on the CMA's investigation on how well digital comparison tools work in the UK.
techUK CEO comments on the proposals to increase business rates for better broadband connectivity, published by the Valuation Office Agency.
A report unveiled at Sibos names London number one hotspot for fintech around the world.
The Bank of England has outlined its plans for a more accessible, resilient and interoperable real time settlement system.
techUK reflects on recent research posed by the Royal Society of Arts on the social and economic implications of the development of fintech
Coherent, flexible and effective regulation of the sector is needed post-Brexit to raise awareness and ensure trust among users
techUK members have commented on the draft strategy document of the Payments Strategy Forum.
Instech London's Robin Merttens reflects on Brexit and the need for digital transformation in the London insurance market
Bank of England pushes ahead with research into digital currencies and distributed ledger
How can we break the link between financial difficulty and mental health problems?
techUK has written a draft response to this consultation document and welcomes contributions from all members.
Visa’s contactless payment rings, used by the 45 athletes they sponsored, will soon go on sale at a retail price of £39.99.
Four European and US Banks come together in proposals for a digital cash only post trade settlement system
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