The Board of Directors of the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA) established that financial entities must constitute a reserve of 100% of the funds deposited by payment service providers that offer payment accounts (PSPOCP), known as virtual wallets, ” to preserve them from contingencies and guarantee that they are always available to savers ”, as they pointed out. The BCRA reported on this through a statement and its Twitter account (NYSE :).
The BCRA ordered that financial entities constitute a reserve of 100% of the funds deposited by payment service providers that offer payment accounts, known as virtual wallets. ▶ ️ https://t.co/BIsmg75p62
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