Brexit will not stop new EU banking regulations

Brexit and EU banking regulation

The European Union’s Revised Payment Services Directive or PSD2, due to be implemented in 2018, is touted as the answer to all our banking ills, shifting power into the hands of consumers. Here are five ways it will affect our lives 

How EU regulations will affect UK financial firms

Despite Brexit new European Union regulations governing data protection are set to impact the UK’s financial services sector

EU data regulation will govern the UK despite Brexit

EU data regulation post-Brexit

Brexit or no Brexit, the UK will next year be subject to new European Union legislation governing data privacy

Upcoming EU directive to open up banking

The second payment services directive (PSD2) was approved by the European Parliament in October 2015 and will apply to the UK during Brexit negotiations

A European Union directive, aimed at improving customer service, is set to open up banking by making data held by banks available to third-party companies

Brexit – what the rest of the world thinks

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 28: (EDITORS NOTE: This is a photo illustration.) EU flags outside the Houses of Parliament on March 28, 2017 in London, England. Article 50 will be triggered on March 29, and the process that will take Britain out of the European Union will begin. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Now Article 50 has been triggered and negotiations are about to commence, we ask: what does the rest of the world think about Brexit?

Estonia – Saving UK businesses from Brexit doom?

Skyline of Tallinn, Estonia

Brexit and possible trade barriers thrown up against UK companies is a vexing problem which could be solved by becoming an e-resident of Estonia

Horror Show: Brexit unleashes a political nightmare

Fuelled by anger and distrust against the political class, the UK's narrow vote to leave the European Union without any clear strategy or direction has left Westminster in an impossible position

Taking care of business

There is an almost overwhelming consensus among economists, trade associations and big business that leaving the EU would be damaging to the UK’s prospects. Those views, however, have not always made it down to the ground level