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We are a blue-chip specialist consultancy in international banking, focusing on matters related to the core domain of Payments and Cash Management. That leads to market change aspects such as the Euro, how to implement a change of currency, Single Euro Payments Area, and new services such as Bank Payment Obligation, and SWIFT for Corporates.

It also leads into the regulatory domain and measures such as Payment Services Directive, Anti-Money Laundering Directives, and regulations around cards, mobile, eMoney and mandatory information in funds transfers.

At Lyddon Consulting you will find find both methodologies and training packages to meet your needs and support your change programmes.

No-one can know the size of the Brexit divorce bill, and it won’t be finalised until 2028, or for decades after that

July 20th, 2021|Comments Off on No-one can know the size of the Brexit divorce bill, and it won’t be finalised until 2028, or for decades after that

Two of the key patagraphs in the Withdrawal Treaty itself

What are HM Treasury and the EU playing at? Their dispute rumbles on over whether the Brexit divorce bill is the EU’s estimate of £41bn or […]

How worried should we still be about the Brexit divorce bill?

July 20th, 2021|Comments Off on How worried should we still be about the Brexit divorce bill?

This is the actual agreement…

Below is the text of an article we had published on CapX last week about the bunfight between HM Treasury and Brussels on the supposed size of the Brexit divorce bill: […]

The ECB and the PEPP: why are the credit ratings of EU/Eurozone public sector issuers inflated by as many as four notches?

April 26th, 2021|Comments Off on The ECB and the PEPP: why are the credit ratings of EU/Eurozone public sector issuers inflated by as many as four notches?

The discussions and calls following the launch of my Bruges Group paper “The ECB’s Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme” surfaced two areas for further examination.

One was the “pot calling the kettle black” issue: why is the […]

ECB and its PEPP programme: why are we doing a better job in the UK?

April 26th, 2021|Comments Off on ECB and its PEPP programme: why are we doing a better job in the UK?

I have been in a lot of calls since the launch of my Bruges Group paper “The ECB’s Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme”.

Two issues keep coming up and so I have decided to write two notes […]

Video – ECB Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme

April 17th, 2021|Comments Off on Video – ECB Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme

Walk-through of newly-issued Bruges Group paper on the ECB PEPP programme – the epitome of the failure of the euro.

PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK TO PLAY…

The ECB’s Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme – epitome of the failure of the euro

April 12th, 2021|Comments Off on The ECB’s Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme – epitome of the failure of the euro

We have had a new paper published through The Bruges Group.

It is about the ECB’s new QE programme, called the PEPP or Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme.The sub-title of the paper encapsulates it very nicely: “the […]

Comparison table of UK Finance Report – “Future-ready payments 2030: a dynamic, purposeful and united agenda for the UK”, February 2021

February 9th, 2021|Comments Off on Comparison table of UK Finance Report – “Future-ready payments 2030: a dynamic, purposeful and united agenda for the UK”, February 2021

UK Finance’s report on the future of UK payments

We have compiled a comparison table between the plans for UK payments as foreseen by:

UK Finance’s “Future-ready payments 2030: a dynamic, purposeful and united agenda for the […]

Target tax-avoiding EU schemes, not Conservative voters, Mr Sunak

February 7th, 2021|Comments Off on Target tax-avoiding EU schemes, not Conservative voters, Mr Sunak

Second article based on my interview with the Daily Express
about tax avoidance and state aid by companies using bases in Ireland and
Luxembourg to trade into the UK…

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1394557/rishi-sunak-tax-hikes-spring-budget-uk-taxes-CGT-boris-johnson

Ending EU tax loopholes could save Britain £15 BILLION every year – ‘We’ve been pillaged!’

February 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Ending EU tax loopholes could save Britain £15 BILLION every year – ‘We’ve been pillaged!’

My interview for the Daily Express with Ciaran McGrath on the abuses and state aid used to deny the UK exchequer billions of pounds of tax revenues on UK sales:

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1394243/brexit-news-eu-tax-loopholes-amazon-ebay-PayPal-boris-johnson-rishi-sunak-ireland-luxembou