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Banking & Fintech Newsletter – Issue 35 – Financial Services



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Banking & Fintech newsletter – issue 35 is now available.

In this issue:

  • Companies to submit email address to the MBR by 30th
    September 2022;

  • New Annex AX26: Source of Wealth and Source of Funds
    Self-Declaration Form and Updated Guidance Note;

  • Obligation to notify MFSA of material changes and/or severe
    events materially impacting business activities introduced by
    BR/14;

  • MFSA publishes new Corporate Governance Code for Authorised
    Entities;

  • Central Bank of Malta issued its Quarterly Review for 2022
    (third issue);

  • New Banking Rule 25 on Financial Holding Companies and Mixed
    Financial Holding Companies under the Banking Act;

  • Depositor Guarantee Scheme – EBA launches consultation on
    revised guidelines on methods for calculating contributions;

  • 2023 EU-wide Stress Test Methodology draft has been launched by
    the EBA; and

  • MFSA publishes Update on Imposition of Negative Interest Rates
    on Euro Denominated Deposits

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