Tag archive: compliance

Should there be a PSD3 to really open the market?

Since PSD2 became effective in January 2018, the market has slowly started to act on it. We see that until now only a few banks have published their PSD2 APIs. The main reason for this slow take-up lies in the fact that the RTS (Regulatory Technical Standards), which determine how some of the PSD2 stipulations […]

Time to reap the benefits of SEPA

Most corporates in recent years have focused on becoming SEPA compliant, and hardly invested in reaping the benefits SEPA can bring. This is partly caused by limitations within their own organisations. This is one of the conclusions in a recent whitepaper on SEPA. Equens and EY teamed up to investigate the needs and expectations of […]

Aiming for minimum compliance

“Six out of ten European treasurers are satisfied by just achieving basic SEPA compliance on February 1, 2014. Their main goal is that no payment instructions are rejected after that date.” This is one of the surprising outcomes of a research conducted by EuroFinance, recently announced on CFO.com. A much smaller part of the respondents […]