Tag Archive: PSD2

A New Playing Field: Deutsche Bank discusses the implications of the new European Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) in Flow Magazine

PSD2 is certainly not a minor update of the original EU Payment Services Directive (PSD1) established in 2007. It brings three major changes to PSD1: it widens the geographical and currency scope of predecessor regulation; it introduces higher levels of payment security and authentication; and finally, and perhaps most disruptively, PSD2 licenses third party providers …

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Deutsche Bank’s Christian Schaefer discusses requirements ahead of PSD2’s effective date with Euromoney

  The second “European Directive on Payment Services in the Internal Market”, commonly referred to as PSD2, offers ample opportunities for Third Party Providers (TPPs) to innovate the traditional banking sphere – by bringing them under greater regulatory scrutiny. Interviewed by Euromoney, Christian Schaefer, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Payments, Cash Management Corporates, outlines TPP’s requirements …

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BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder features in bobsguide PSD2 article on banks and PSD2

  In January 2018, all banks will have to be compliant with new PSD2 regulations. Daniela Eder, Cash Management Business Development Manager, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon, discusses the changes taking place and positive impact that PSD2 could have on the banking landscape. In the bobsguide piece, Eder is quoted as describing two factors that banks …

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BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder explains the effects of PSD2 on the payments landscape in FX-MM

Huge change is afoot in the payments space, as markets develop, customer needs evolve and technology capabilities advance. Concurrently, legislation must progress in order to remain relevant to the operating environment, and the introduction of PSD2 reflects the significant developments that have occurred in the retail payment market since the implementation of PSD1 in 2007. …

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In bobsguide, BNY Mellon’s Daniela Eder considers how PSD2 is changing the face of payments

Technological innovation – driven by the emergence of a tech-hungry generation – has become a huge catalyst for change across the financial services industry. In January 2018, PSD2 – a revised version of the original PSD1 – will come into effect.  Designed to help harmonise the European market for payment services, PSD2 incorporates enhancements to transparency, …

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Deutsche Bank’s Christian Schaefer assesses PSD2’s potential to enhance the European payments market in PaymentEye

The second “European Directive on Payment Services in the Internal Market”, commonly referred to as PSD2, has sparked discussion around its potential to further develop the European payments market. Speaking to PaymentEye, Christian Schaefer, Head of Payments, Cash Management Corporates, details how PSD2 will deliver these opportunities from its effective date in January 2018. Along …

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In a feature for Bobsguide, Deutsche Bank’s Christian Schaefer says banks must seize PSD2’s opportunities for innovation

  From January 2018, the “European Directive on Payment Services in the Internal Market”, commonly known as PSD2, comes into force with the aim of ensuring that the European payments market remains transparent and secure. In a feature for Bobsguide, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Payments, Cash Management Corporates, Christian Schaefer, joins other experts to explain …

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Deutsche Bank’s Shakrokh Moinian explores the far-reaching implications of PSD2 in TFR

PSD2’s predecessor regulation, PSD1, was introduced in 2007, to a very different kind of payments market. Since then, a step-change in technological development has thrown up a multitude of new payment methods, channels, and operators. PSD2 takes account of the changes that have occurred since 2007; it licenses and regulates new market players (or Third …

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Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian answers the Asset Servicing Times’ pressing questions regarding new EU payments regulation

The new EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2) comes into effect on 13th January 2018, and could cause – among other consequences – significant changes for payment service providers’ back office processes. In a Q&A article for Asset Servicing Times, Shahrokh Moinian, Global Head of Cash Management Corporates, Deutsche Bank, answers the industry’s most pressing questions …

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In an article for IBS Journal, Deutsche Bank’s Shahrokh Moinian explains how PSD2 could accelerate European payments digitalisation

Taking into account the substantial technological and market changes in the past decade, EU Payment Services Directive’s revision – known as PSD2 – comes into effect in January 2018. Its changes, however, represent more than a regulatory update; in fact, PSD2 has the potential to propel European payments into a new era of digitalised services. …

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