13In addition to the general application rule, Chapter 2 of BCOBS applies to a firm (other than a credit union), an electronic money institution, an EEA authorised electronic institution, a payment institution, a registered account information service provider and an EEA registered account information service provider with respect to the provision of payment services or issuance or redemption of electronic money carried on from an establishment maintained by it or its agent in the United Kingdom and activities connected with those activities. These persons are referred to collectively in Chapters 1 and 2 of BCOBS as “providers”.
Except as provided for in BCOBS 1.1.4R, this sourcebook does not apply to:
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13BCOBS 2 (Communications and financial promotions) does not apply to the provision of payment services, the issuance of electronic money or activities connected to those activities by a credit union, except to the extent that the activity is connected to the activity of accepting deposits from banking customers.
1A firm or a provider13 must not seek to exclude or restrict, or rely on any exclusion or restriction of, any duty or liability it may have to a banking customer, a payment service customer or an electronic money customer13 unless it is reasonable for it to do so and the duty or liability arises other than under the regulatory system.