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The DPO (Personal Data Protection Officer): a new player in risk management and internal control of bank compliance

Since 25 May 25 2018, credit institutions have had to appoint a Personal Data Protection Officer (DPO[1]) to comply with the European Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data (GDPR)[2]. This new function is part of the rapid development of new technologies and associated usages, but also of control authority’s determination to install a central player within organizations in the implementation of the new data governance.

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PSD2: putting an end to confusion between one-time password (OTP) and strong authentication!

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The Annual Report of the “Observatory for Payment Card Security for the financial year 2017 published by Banque de France on Tuesday, 10 July 2018 (in French), intends this year to provide operational insights on PSD2 regulation, which entered into force on 13 January 2018 and the set of RTS rules to be applied by latest on 14 September 2019.

In doing so, it contradicts some ideas commonly received. What needs to be retained?

Data protection – GDPR

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General data protection regulation (GDPR): from prior formalities logic to compliance logic

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Payment institutions in Morocco: a starting point to a new FinTech ecosystem!

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Circulars related to the payment institution status have been published recently by Al-Maghrib Bank and specifies the details of implementation of the “banking law” dated 5 March 2015 in Morocco.  

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Instant payment

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1 – What does it mean?

It’s a new payment instrument available 24/7/365 and resulting in the immediate or close-to-immediate interbank clearing of the transaction and crediting of the payee’s account with confirmation to the payer. (Definition of the Euro Retail Payment Board (ERPB)

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Forget FinTech, here are RegTech!

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You just got familiar with FinTech. Here is its evolution that has rocked the London 2016 FinTech Week edition: the RegTech (for ‘Regulatory technology’). The ambition: to manage all regulatory aspects, from the determination of ratios to the risk mapping and KYC management [1].

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