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Foreign Correspondent Banking – Regulators Encourage U.S. Banks to Keep Doing It, But Their Regulations Have Been Discouraging – Lexology

Foreign Correspondent Banking: The three dreaded words that hang like the Damocles Sword on every foreign bank wanting to trade with the United States for US Dollar clearing & settlement. This is a great article that highlights the issues surrounding the shrinking supply of foreign correspondent banks. In addition to this article, I would also highly […]

Government launches consultation on enhancing anti-money laundering regulation of designated non-financial businesses and professions – Lexology

A great opinion article from Herbert Smith Freehills LLP on enhancing anti-money laundering regulations. On 6 January 2017, the Government published a consultation paper on proposals to extend the customer due diligence (CDD) and relevant… Source: Government launches consultation on enhancing anti-money laundering regulation of designated non-financial businesses and professions – Lexology

Saudi advisory council to debate proposed levy on remittances -report | Zawya

Ever since oil prices fell, the Gulf Cooperation Countries have been flip-flopping on the issue of remittance tax. Expatriates (read: migrant workers) living in the GCC annually send over US$ 100 Billion back to their home countries. All was hunky-dory when the price of an oil barrel was over US$ 100. Today, the case needs to […]

State Banking Regulators Oppose Office of Comptroller of Currency Fintech Charter | The National Law Review

Well, no one said this was going to be an easy play for OCC, which is trying to implement a Fintech Charter. The money transmitter license process in the United States is quite a cumbersome process. For many startups, it is almost an impossible task to get the licenses in all 50 States (47 or […]

Fintech Influencers to follow in 2017

Jay Palter (Social Advisory) published a list of FIntech Influencers To Follow in 2017. It was a great surprise to see my name amongst the distinguished and honored friends and mentors. Thank you sir for including my name!   Our 2017 Fintech Influencers List consists of experts, analysts and consultants, investors and venture capitalists, journalists […]

A security breach has put millions of Indian debit card-holders at risk

This is a massive breach, the good thing is the government/regulators have responded immediately. What is not clear is exactly when the breach occurred.     Some 3.2 million cards issued by the country’s biggest banks may be exposed to a malware. Source: A security breach has put millions of Indian debit card-holders at risk