Reports suggest that financial technology companies competing with the banking sector believe big banks are attempting to water down the EU’s Payment Services Directive ahead of its January 2018 introduction.
How do banks, the long-established players in the payments market, best respond to the revolution that is now underway?
A report by trade association Payments UK suggests that the pace of change means this year could make a watershed in the way that consumers and businesses make payments.
Ahead of the introduction of Europe’s revised payment Services Directive (PSD2), this article looks at how those in the financial services industry build the connection between back-end data infrastructure and customer experience.
The testing phase comes ahead of November’s scheduled go-live of the pan-European instant payment infrastructure platform.
Are there fewer or more opportunities in 2017 for corporate treasurers? While the challenges seem to be mounting for the role,, so too do the opportunities to bring significant leadership.
Once Europe’s new Payment Services Directive (PSD2) comes into effect in January 2018, treasury departments can expect a dramatic shift in the payments landscape.
With less than 10 months to the November Go Live of the first Pan European Instant Payment Scheme, defining a successful business strategy to ensure the necessary flexibility to adapt to fast-changing scenarios is key to every Player in the Payment Industry.
The European Union’s revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will be a game changer for the financial services industry when it takes effect in 12 months’ time. How should each party that will feel the impact of PSD2 be responding?
If they have not already begun their preparations for the introduction of the Payment Services Directive, European banks will need to make it a priority task this year.