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fee-paying payment service provider

    38 any of the following when they provide payment services: 39

      1. (a) a payment institution;
      1. (b) a full credit institution;
      1. (c) an e-money issuer;
      1. (d) the Post Office Limited;
      1. (e) the Bank of England, other than when acting in its capacity as a monetary authority or carrying out functions of a public nature; and
      1. (f) government departments and local authorities, other than when carrying out functions of a public nature.39

    A full credit institution that is an EEA firm is only a fee-paying payment service provider if it is exercising an EEA right in accordance with Part 2 of Schedule 3 to the Act (exercise of passport rights) to provide payment services in the United Kingdom. or an e-money issuer An EEA authorised payment institution is only a fee-paying payment service provider if it is exercising a right under Article 25 of the Payment Services Directive to provide payment services in the United Kingdom.39