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Payments & FinTech Lawyer

ESA Guidelines on PSP policies and procedures to prevent terrorist financing and money laundering

Following the entry into force of Regulation (EU) 2015/847 on information accompanying electronic transfers of funds in June 2015, the European Supervisory Authorities (comprised of the European Banking Authority, the European Insurance and Occupation Pensions Authority and the European Securities and Markets Authority, together the ‘ESAs’) have recently issued a set of guidelines on the steps that payment service providers (‘PSPs’) and intermediary PSPs (‘IPSPs’) can take in order to ensure compliance with the Regulation. Here, Robert Courtneidge, Elizabeth Kilburn and Giedre Mitkute of Locke Lord LLP explain the purpose of the Guidelines and what is required of PSPs and IPSPs.

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