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EU FX transparency proposal dismissed as opaque 

By Bill Lumley
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European Commission proposals requiring currency providers to disclose their mark-up fees are wrong to use the central bank rate as a benchmark, says a leading currency transfer service.

The transparency proposal is part of the Payment Services Directive, expected to come into force in early 2026.


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