EPIF position paper on the PSD3/PSR

EPIF is delighted to share its position paper on the recent proposals on payment services (PSD3/PSR). EPIF very much welcomes these proposals, in particular the ambitious approach taken by the European Commission to move towards a Single Rulebook. This is an important step to further deepen the EU’s Single Market for payments and reduce divergences [...]


EPIF recommendations on the PSD2 Review

EPIF is delighted to share with you its views and recommendations ahead of the expected proposal by the European Commission revising the PSD2. EPIF members have always been supportive of the PSD2's goals of being a maximum harmonisation Directive. With this in mind, our recommendations focus on the areas we believe warrant a closer and more urgent [...]


EPIF response to the EBA Consultation on 90 day re-authentication

EPIF is delighted to share with you its response to the EBA Consultation on the amendment to its technical standards on strong customer authentication and secure communication in relation to the 90-day exemption for account access. EPIF welcomes the EBA initiative to reassess some of the practical issues around Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) in the [...]


Joint industry letter to the EBA on RTS on SCA

EPIF co-signed a joint industry letter that was sent to the EBA on the RTS on SCA and the use of CVV as a valid authentication factor. This letter was co-signed by: European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) Ecommerce Europe Eurocommerce European eCommerce and Omni-channel Trade Association (EMOTA) Merchant Risk Council (MRC0 Digital Europe


EPIF comments on the revised draft RTS on strong customer authentication and secure communication

EPIF has highly appreciated the constructive dialogue with the European Commission and the EBA during this process but nonetheless has some final remakrs on the revised draft. EPIF is of the view that card-based transactiobs should be exempt from the dynamic linking requirement. EPIF suggesting relacinx the requirements to keep the maximum transaction amount to EUR 50 [...]

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