On May 11, 2016, Bryan Cave and Polymath Consulting presented a live Webinar, How will PSD2 Provisions–Especially the XS2A– Impact Banks, Fintech & Emerging Payments in the UK and EU?,” part of a series to help companies understand the emerging payments landscape in the EU and its regulation.
The Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) was published in the Open Journal of the European Union in January 2016. From this date Member States have 24 months to transpose the Directive into National Law.
PSD2 is going to revolutionize how companies interact with consumers across the European market, and the XS2A provisions in particular will impact on both banks and nonbanks on how they must work together in providing payment services. PSD2 is far more encompassing than the original Payment Services Directive 2009, and new rules and regulations that impact all organizations in the payment ecosystem will apply from 2018 onwards.
This Webinar explains the changes that PSD2 is driving into the EU market, the opportunities and challenges that the directive presents, and how organizations can benefit from the pending regulation.
View and listen to recording of live Webinar (60 minutes)
Judith Rinearson, Bryan Cave
Judith is Bryan Cave’s co-chair of the Global Fintech and Prepaid & Emerging Payments teams. She recently was elected to the advisory board of the Emerging Payments Association (EPA) and is recognized as one of the top 10 payments lawyers in 2015 named by Paybefore.com visitors. Judith may be reached email@example.com.
Jane Jee, Bryan Cave
Jane is a member of Bryan Cave’s Global Fintech and Prepaid & Emerging Payments team. She has more than 20 years’ experience in card, e-money, Internet and mobile payments, having worked in commercial and legal roles in the sector. Jane may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Parker, Polymath Consulting
Founder and CEO of Polymath Consulting, David is well known for work in prepaid cards and emerging payments, covering areas such as mobile money/mobile wallets and M-POS. Polymath also publishes and edits the Prepaid Report, the U.K.’s only analysis of all U.K. consumer-loaded prepaid card fees, which also provides a complete reference guide to the U.K. market as well as a high level of European and Middle East markets. David may be reached at email@example.com.
Brendan Jones, Polymath Consulting
Brendan has more than 30 years’ experience in the payments industry working with a variety of organizations, including technology and service providers and financial organizations. He is currently focusing on PSD2, working with companies to help them understand the impact and implications of the regulation and how they can benefit from the pending market changes.
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