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FCA delays SCA payment rules after threats to sales


The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will delay enforcement of new EU rules on online payments for more than 18 months after warning that the rules would hinder online sales, it said FT.

In September, new rules on “strong customer authentication” will be introduced, which will require most online payments to go through an additional level of verification in order to reduce fraud. .



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