The Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) has published Consultation Paper 17/9: PSR regulatory fees 2017/18 (CP17/9).
In CP17/9 the PSR sets out its decisions and proposals for consultation on how fees for its functions under the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013 (FSBRA) and the EU Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR) for the financial year 2017/18 will be allocated. The PSR also sets out its decision on how its fees will be calculated and collected. It follows the PSR’s November 2016 consultation, Consultation Paper 16/35: PSR regulatory fees 2017/18 (CP16/35). The PSR is consulting on the proposed fee rates for relevant market participants.
In CP16/35 the PSR:
- responds to submissions to CP16/35;
- sets out its policy decisions on how the costs of the PSR’s functions under FSBRA and IFR for year 2017/18 will be allocated, and fees calculated and collected; and
- consults on its proposed 2017/18 PSR fee rates.
The deadline for comments on CP17/9 is 12 May 2017.
View CP17/9: PSR regulatory fees 2017/18, 31 March 2017