Our interactive Fintech UK and EU Regulatory Timeline outlines a selection of key fintech events in 2019.
Please note that the timeline is indicative and subject to change, depending on political discussions or the internal decision-making process of the EU institutions.
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Fintech Regulatory Timeline 2019
What to expect in fintech: key dates and publications for 2019
10 February – Date by which UK firms that intend to rely on the limited network exclusion under PSD2 are required to notify the FCA if their transactions are over €1m in any 12-month period (starting from 13 Jan 2018)
26 February – Valdis Dombrovskis (European Commissioner) delivers a speech on the progress of the Commission’s fintech action plan and developments in the payments industry
14 February – FSB publishes report on the impact of fintech on market structures in financial services
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Linklaters is assisting the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce as it coordinates the preparation of an authoritative legal statement on the status of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts under English private law.