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Payment systems infrastructure remedies: driving innovation?

On 20 June 2017 the UK’s Payment Systems Regulator (‘PSR’) published its remedies decision resulting from its ‘Market review into the ownership and competitiveness of infrastructure provision.’ The remedies decision follows the PSR’s final report on the ownership and competitiveness of the central infrastructure that supports the three interbank payment systems, published in July 2016, and here, Miles Trower, Partner and Head of Competition at TLT LLP, evaluates the PSR’s mandated remedies, exploring whether they are likely to bring about radical change and indeed whether they might instead have unintended consequences. 

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