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  • Writer's pictureDeborah

Launched on January 13, the call for evidence seeks market participants' input on the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 and the Cross Border Payments Regulation.

Market participants would have to provide their feedback on the following areas:

  • Regulatory treatment of payment services and e-money

  • Information requirements for payment services

  • Rights and obligations in relation to the provision of payment services2

  • Wider considerations in relation to the provision of payment services

  • Issuance and redeemability of electronic money

Responses are due by 7 April 2023.

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