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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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INFORM and Netcetera held a joint webinar that took a closer look at some of the challenges associated with the e-commerce payment ecosystem. The stakeholders within this ecosystem, including consumers,... more
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Data released by the payments industry self-regulatory body Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) revealed a 19.5% decline in card fraud in 2019, the biggest decline since fraud data was first published.... more
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Despite some countries, like the UK, adding further extensions to the SCA deadline, the EBA is maintaining its strict ruling that the December 2020 deadline must be met. At present,... more
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