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To give payment service providers more time to meet new guidelines and to avoid disrupting the marketplace, the FCA has announced that they will extend the PSD2 September 14th deadline by an additional eighteen months.

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PSD2 is a set of policies set forth by the EU to improve the standard of banking. The regulations, which first started rolling out in early 2018, call for open banking, strong customer authentication, greater transparency, and other improvements to the security of..

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Following in the footsteps of the first Payment Services Directive (PSD) in 2009, PSD2 came into effect in January 2018 with a goal to update banking within the EU and make it much more secure. The most recent addition to PSD2 is Strong Customer Authentication..

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The PSD2 directive is a policy put into place by the EU in recent years to encourage banks to adopt more modern, efficient, and secure practices. The directive has included; making stronger customer authentication mandatory and opening up banking platforms to..

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With mobile devices being the hottest fraud target, SIM swapping is becoming an increasing concern for banking and payment service providers. The nature of the fraud often puts banks at a position where they are not able to act immediately in case of a..

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PSD2, otherwise known as the Second Payment Services Directive, is an EU Directive that applies to all member states and anyone in the European Economic Area (EEA). It is designed to strengthen regulation and consumer protection from payment service providers (PSPs)

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