ESBG has deep concerns over a range of dispositions in the Commission's proposal to revise the Payment Services Directive, notably those dispositions concerning the right of a payer to select a third party provider.
WSBI and ESBG ask that the requirement for AEOI within the recently agreed European Union Savings Directive (EUSD) is also aligned with the CRS to ensure that the final multilateral agreement is truly aligned with a global agreement.
The June issue of News and Views is available. Learn how a new European Parliament can renew trust in the European banking industry, read why mobile money is no single cure to all financial inclusion woes and learn many more interesting topics.
WSBI and Cignifi analyzed the savings and mobile phone usage habits of consumers in Ghana — where nearly 100% of the adult population uses mobile phones, but only 16% of those over fifteen years old save money at a financial institution. Read more…