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No EC love for European banks’ screen scraping ban plan

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The European Banking Federation’s (EBF) call for the European Commission (EC) to help on a screen scraping ban is not going well. As reported last week, the EBF wants the ban due to concerns over the privacy of client data, cybersecurity and innovation. It wants the EC not to dismiss a key recommendation made by […]

Fintechs blast banks over PSD2 direct access angst

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A group of fintech companies and associations are asking for changes to the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) due to fears it will force them to become technologically dependent on banks. The coalition of 60 European Union (EU) based entities have signed a seven-page manifesto seeking the European Commission (EC) to make changes to the […]

Payments round-up: 21 February 2017

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One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do… so three stories in one will do better. Here’s a round-up of key events to save you time. Featuring Macquarie Bank, Apple Pay and more. The European Banking Authority (EBA) has relaxed its planned rules for increasing choice in how consumers pay for services and products […]

The European Banking Authority favours arbitrary box-ticking over data innovation

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The European Banking Authority (EBA) recently proposed new rules that would require payment card operators to enforce additional security measures, such as passwords or security tokens, for all online transactions over €10, aimed at fraud prevention. This is a clumsy solution to a problem that is already being addressed by far more sophisticated means, argues Nick Wallace, senior policy analyst at Centre for Data Innovation, and policymakers should reject the EBA’s proposal.

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