FCA “Dear CEO” letter on authorised push payment (APP) fraud
A ‘’Dear CEO’’ letter has been issued by the FCA covering “Authorised Push Payment” (APP) fraud, noting the development of new APP Best Practice Standards for sending and receiving banks when handling fraud issues, with the potential to significantly improve the experience of those affected.
The Regulator is particularly focusing on the application of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) to determine responsibility for firm policies and procedures for risk mitigation of financial crime, including APP fraud and other payment services fraud. Where firms have committed to adopt the UK Finance standards, it asks how firms’ policies, procedures and business model reflect this.
Firms are not required to notify the Regulator of their proposed actions, although the FCA may wish to discuss this further
To read the full document please follow this link: https://www.fca.org.uk/publication/correspondence/dear-ceo-letter-app-fraud.pdf
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Source and credit: Compliancy Services
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