The EMA responded to the ESMA consultation on the Technical Standards specifying certain requirements of MiCA.
The EMA frequently responds to government and European consultations on regulation that impacts the e-money and payment services industry. Sometimes, we also express our views on issues that are raised in the public domain where we feel it is important to provide an industry input.
Our publications reflect the views of the EMA as whole; individual members’ views may vary from time to time. The public consultation responses are listed below. For further information on these positions, please contact us.
The EMA responded to UK HMT’s “risk-based approach to payments” policy questions.
The EMA submitted a response to the UK Home Office consultation: Unlocking suspected criminal funds – Currency exchanges, check encashment centres, and money transmission services.
The EMA submitted a response to the UK HM Treasury Call for input on the Future of Payments Review 2023.
The EMA responded do the European Commission adoption consultation: A digital euro for the EU.
The EMA submitted response to four ESA CPs on DORA policy products.
Read the responses here:
EMA response to DORA RTS specifying the content of the policy relating to the contractual arrangements on the use of ICT services supporting critical or important functions provided by ICT third-party services
EMA response to DORA ITS to establish the templates composing the register of information in relation to all contractual arrangements on the use of ICT services provided by ICT third-party service providers
An industry association coalition of electronic money issuers, distributors, and retailers strongly calls on the European Parliament and the Council to keep the use of popular and everyday low-value, low risk e-money products such as e-money gift cards and vouchers and to abstain from introducing a mandatory customer identification for such products.Continue Reading →