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Rosa M. Lastra and Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal

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Edited by John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh

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Edited by John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh

Financial Crisis Containment and Government Guarantees analyses the international community’s commitment to forging enhanced, well thought-out, mechanisms for containing systemic risks in the context of a highly interconnected global financial framework which incorporates ongoing financial innovation.
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John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh

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Loannis Kokkoris, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Kiriakos Papadaki

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Edited by John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh

Managing Risk in the Financial System makes important and timely contributions to our knowledge and understanding of banking law, financial institution restructuring and related considerations, through the production of an innovative, international and interdisciplinary set of contributions which link together the law and policy issues surrounding systemic risk and crisis management.
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Daniele D'Alvia, Katrien Morbee and Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal

This Chapter discusses the implementation of the Revised Payment Services Directive 2015/2366 (PSD2) in the UK. We analyse the main provisions of the UK Payment Services Regulations 2017 (PSRs 2017) and critically discuss the links between the UK legal frameworks on payment systems and consumer/customer protection. As result of Brexit, the UK payment system could take a new direction and perhaps even become more competitive. Indeed, since 2019, the increased reliance on engagement agreements that have been put in place between the FCA and Member States, as well as ESMA and EIOPA, is securing a direct access to the EU policy decision-making process. Furthermore, on Brexit, the PSRs 2017 will still be in place, as per the Payment System Regulator’s strategy consultation paper self-regulation is promoted by the UK financial industry under the new UK market practices in payment systems.