Entries by Frank Müller

PayTechTalk 42 – Libra’s macroeconomic implications

  It is safe to say that Facebook’s announcement of Libra, the world’s first stable crypto currency, has caused somewhat of a stir. While crypto-purists are generally unimpressed with Libra, as it is not in line with the “pure doctrine”, our esteemed colleague Simon Taylor of 11:FS spoke of a “holy shit moment”. We think […]

PayTechTalk 38 – How does payment by credit card work?

 Payment by credit card is becoming a popular method of payment in Germany. Around five percent of all payments are today conducted this way. However, many people only have a very faint idea – if any at all – about how payment with a credit card works from a legal perspective. Matthäus recently published […]

PayTechTalk 36 – PayTechLaw and Payment & Banking take a look at the status of PSD2 and the implementation of the RTS SCA

After our first joint podcast with Kilian Thalhammer at the Money20/20 Europe in (back then still) Copenhagen and our joint podcast with Jochen Siegert about the Bitcoin decision, we are now pleased to present the third joint Podcast with Payment & Banking. For the 201st episode of the Payment & Banking FinTech podcast and the […]

Bargeldlosblog (cashlessblog) asks – PayTechLaw answers: 100 questions to the payment industry 2019

Hanno Bender, a lawyer and journalist (since May 2014 head of the department “Law and Politics” at the newspaper Lebensmittel Zeitung), used the holidays “between the years” to look into the “really important questions in life”. On 7 January, he was ready to produce his work and published his “100 questions to the payment industry […]

PayTechTalk 29: KYC by Third Parties? This is how it works!

In PayTechTalk 28 haben wir uns intensiv mit dem Thema Geldwäscheprävention befasst und versucht, die wesentlichen Grundlagen zu vermitteln. In dieser Episode erläutern wir, wie ein Verpflichteter im Sinne des Geldwäschegesetzes bei geldwäscherechtlichen Sorgfaltspflichten auf Dritte zurückgreifen kann (siehe dazu auch den Beitrag meiner Kollegin Nasim zu § 17 GwG). KYC durch Dritte? So gehts! KYC […]