We have hoped for a fully PSD2 compliant Europe since late 2019 so we are happy to see that the EBA has taken a stronger stance on the topic. With our compliance service, I am confident we can help the non-compliant banks and fintechs around Europe.Denise Johansson, COO and Co-Founder at Enfuce.
PSD2 was put into full effect in 2019 to make internet payment services safer and easier to use, better protect consumers against fraud, abuse and payment problems, and strengthen consumer rights. Banks that do not have the PSD2 compliant APIs available and accessible without unnecessary obstacles prevent third-party providers from accessing payment account details, and thus offering services on top of PSD2 data. This means that there are limited enablers for new innovative services, aiming to make payments flexible, safer and easier.
There are two reasons why banks have not become fully PSD2 compliant or offered third-party open banking service providers reliable and obstacle-free APIs. Firstly, they need to offer them for free. Secondly, it is technologically challenging and expensive to develop and maintain the APIs. Enfuce sees this point of view and is willing to help non-compliant banks and fintechs on this matter.
We understand building the processes around PSD2 can be a burden for European banks, and that is why we focused on finding a solution to enable the industry to move towards this change.Denise Johansson, COO and Co-Founder at Enfuce.
Enfuce has been accredited as an authorised payment institution, fulfilling the regulatory compliance requirements and accesses banks only through PSD2 interfaces. For example, the high level of compliance and security of our open banking compliance service enabled OP to get an exemption by the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority from setting a fallback mechanism.
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