Tagged: central bank of ireland

BNY Mellon Fund Services (in Ireland) DAC Fined €10.78M, Reprimanded by Central Bank over Regulatory Issues

On 22 March 2022, the Central Bank of Ireland  “reprimanded” and fined BNY Mellon Fund Services (Ireland) DAC €10,780,000 pursuant to its Administrative Sanctions Procedure (the ASP) for 16 regulatory breaches “relating to the outsourcing of fund administration activities.” The 16 breaches “arose because of… Read More

UK Fintech Modulr to Bring Fast-Tracked Financial Technology to Europe with Netherlands Expansion

Fintech firm Modulr has now opened business offices in the Netherlands, which will serve as “the springboard for its EU-wide expansion in 2022 and 2023.” Following steady business growth in the United Kingdom during the last 5 years, Modulr is expanding rapidly, putting significant investment… Read More

European Banking Authority Announces New Deadline for Payment Security Rules

The European Banking Authority (EBA), a regulatory agency that performs stress tests on European banks to increase transparency in the region’s financial system and identify weaknesses in institutions’ capital structures, has extended the deadline for the migration to Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) to December 31,… Read More

Central Bank of Ireland Announces New Innovation Hub & Industry Engagement Program

On Friday, Central Bank of Ireland announced it will launch an innovation hub and an industry engagement program to keep up with fintech and regulatory landscapes. During her speech at UCC’s Financial Services Innovation Centre, Derville Rowland, Director General of Financial Conduct at Central Bank,… Read More

Central Bank of Ireland: Peer to Peer Regulations Years Away

The Central Bank of Ireland has been monitoring the evolution of the investment crowdfunding world but they do not seem to be in a hurry to apply any type of regulatory regime.  According to a report in the Independent, there is no time frame on… Read More

Central Bank of Ireland Issues A Consumer Notice on Crowdfunding Investors

While the Irish government continues to have no plans to regulate the funding method option at this time, the country’s financial services regulator Central Bank of Ireland has issued a consumer notice about crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending options. The Central Bank stated that since crowdfunding regulations… Read More

Send this to a friend