At the end of this year, the transitional exemption on PSD2-SCA for e-commerce card payments will end. EPSM, the European trade association representing the interests of payment service providers for... more
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Since September 2019, PSD2 RTS for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) applies in the European Union. This revised Payment Services Directive makes SCA mandatory for banks and any sensitive operations, with... more
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The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) initiative has been a key enabler for the integration of the retail payments market in the European Union: the development of Credit Transfer (SCT) and Direct... more
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In a new report by CMSPI it calculates that €108 billion worth of online sales are at risk across Europe in 2021, as a direct result of the Strong Customer... more
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For those less familiar, the Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services, or the eIDAS system as it is more commonly known, came into effect on 1st July 2016, with Regulation (EU) 910/2014 on electronic identification... more
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