The EU's second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) took effect on Saturday 13 January, bringing with it the start of Open Banking, however the prospect of a sudden revolution is likely to be thwarted by unresolved technical and regulatory issues and a lukewarm reception from consumers.
A row has broken out between the US capital markets watchdog and a number of exchanges over the plan to impose a new market surveillance system on the US equities and options market.
US financial services lobby group Sifma has used its latest cyberattack simulation exercise as an opportunity to call for a roll back of "redundant" rules in order to free up resources for fighting cyber crooks.
Just in time for the holiday season, U.S. Bank has added location services to the U.S. Bank Mobile App, offering U.S. Bank Visa credit and debit card customers technology that uses their phones’ location to help verify whether their mobile devices and credit or debit card are in the same location.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) publishes today its final Guidelines on the supervision of significant branches.
An increasing reliance on artificial intelligence by banks, insurers and hedge funds could have unintended consequences and threaten the financial system's stability, warns a report from a top global watchdog.
The Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council has released a new version of its Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) along with new tools and functionality to accelerate adoption of the industry standard.
High street bank HSBC was forced to apologise to UK customers after its online banking service went down for a chunk of Friday.