Articles with tag: pisp

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Bill Kill, Neonomics to offer finance capabilities for the younger generation

22 Oct 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Bill Kill, a payment apps provider, has teamed up with Neonomics, a Norwegian fintech company, to launch account payment AISP and PISP to users via their app.

BankID, Neonomics, Norway, open banking, bank accounts, APIs, AISP, PISP, mobile app

Post-PSD2: one year on, where are open banking payments now?

15 Oct 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Ciaran O’Malley, Head of Commercial Strategy at Trustly, gives an important overlook on how PSD2 improved the payments industry and how Open Banking payments will continue to play out 

Trustly, Europe, PSD2, open banking, open banking epayments, OBeP, PISP, bank account, EMEA, banks, APIs, SCA, EBA, cards, payments

Harnessing the power of Open Banking and Open Finance – exclusive interview with Moneyhub

06 Aug 2020 | Payments General

Sam Seaton, Moneyhub: Open Banking and Open Finance will be transformative to businesses and consumers alike

Sam Seaton, Moneyhub, interview, Open Banking, Open Finance, data, payments, financial wellness, APIs, Personal Financial Management, data aggregation, data enrichment, categorisation, analytics, COVID-19, financial inclusion, account aggregation, money management, account-to-account payments, PISP

Modulr reveals its Payment Initiation to help merchants accept payments faster

18 Jun 2020 | Online Payments

Modulr has unveiled the launch of its Payment Initiation solution, following the registration with the Financial Conduct Authority as a Payment Initiation Service Provider (PISP). 

Modulr, launch, payments, merchants, PISP, card payments, banks, accounts, fraud, authentication, neobanks, lending

Rapyd announces all-in-one payment solution in the UK

03 Jun 2020 | Online Payments

Fintech-as-a-Service company Rapyd has announced the launch of a single, ‘full-stack’, payment solution in the UK.

Rapyd, launch, payments, UK, fintech, local payment method, cash, bank transfers, ewallets, cards, API, IBAN, withdrawal, bank accounts, Open Banking, AISP, PISP

Lumio taps Moneyhub's Open Finance APIs

02 Jun 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Money management app Lumio has chosen Open Finance platform Moneyhub to organise all of users’ financial information in one place.

Lumio, Moneyhub, open finance, APIs, banks, mortgages, loans, credit cards, banking, data, P2D2, payments, PISP

HyperJar taps Salt Edge technology to achieve PSD2 compliance

29 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Salt Edge, a provider of Open Banking solutions, has enabled UK-based fintech HyperJar to follow PSD2 requirements and provide open banking capabilities.

HyperJar, PSD2, Salt Edge, open banking, UK, fintech, banking, TPPs, transactions, API, e-wallet, AISP, PISP

A look into Japan's fintech landscape - Tokyo FinTech

11 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Norbert Gehrke of Tokyo FinTech elaborates on the most important fintech trends in Japan, while highlighting the possible impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the financial services sector

Norbert Gehrke, Tokyo FinTech, fintech, Japan, coronavirus, COVID-19, economy, Tokyo, Netherlands, Switzerland, Taiwan, Sweden, cashless, payments, Germany, merchants, SMEs, Open Banking, banking, electronic payments, PISPs, AISPs, banks, APIs, Financial Services Agency, FSA, startups, digital banks, retail, Emerada, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Payment Services Act, PSA, Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, FIEA, security, tokens, exchange, blockchain, transactions

Acquired.com granted PISP accreditation by the FCA

13 Jan 2020 | Payments General

Payments technology company Acquired.com have been granted full PISP (Payment Initiation Service Provider) accreditation by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Acquired.com, PISP, accreditation, FCA, payments

Measuring the mixed impact of PSD2 legislation 18 months on

07 Oct 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

We discussed with Nans Lorenzini, Legal and Compliance Officer at Limonetik, to learn more about the impact of PSD2, 18 months after it was adopted in January 2018

Nans Lorenzini, Limonetik, payment legislation, PSD2, strong authentication, bank, European Union, European Banking Authority, French Observatory for the Security of Payment Methods, payment method, PISPs, AISPs

The inevitable neobank spring and its drawbacks

11 Sep 2019 | Expert Opinion

Jordan Graison, Limonetik: “Neobanks can gain ground and overcome the obstacles of modern commerce: omnichannel retail and trade globalisation.”

Limonetik, Jordan Graison, neobank, startup, bank, Klarna, Monzo, AIPSPs, PISPs, N26, Revolut, Monzo, Lydia, PSD2, Qonto, Anytime, Margo Bank, merchant, bank card, lending, Orange Bank

Instant payments: from open banking to the latest developments and the implications for merchants

01 Aug 2019 | Expert Opinion

Mark Beresford, Director at Edgar, Dunn & Company, dives into the intricacies of PSD2 and how open banking can streamline instant payments

Mark Beresford, Edgar, Dunn & Company, B2B Payments and Fintech Guide, PSD2, open banking, B2B payments, instant payments, Application Programming Interfaces, open APIs, Pay-by-banking-app, Mastercard, Barclays, SEPA, Paym, faster payments, banking, PISP

Reconciling Consent in PSD2 and GDPR

22 Mar 2019 | Expert Opinion

Niels Vandezande from Timelex speaks about explicit consensus, stressing upon PSD2 and GDPR, as well as EDPB’s guidance over these matters

Niels Vandezande, Timelx, PSD2, PSP, AISP, PISP, GDPR, payment accounts, payment transactions, regulations, compliance conundrum, EDPB

ForgeRock launches Sandbox-as-a-Service for PSD2 compliance

19 Mar 2019 | Payments General

US-based fintech ForgeRock has launched a cloud-based testing environment for APIs that enables banks to accelerate open banking and PSD2 compliance.

ForgeRock, Sandbox-as-a-Service, product launch, US, North America, open banking, PSD2, ForgeRock Sandbox, Account Information Service Providers, AISPs, Payment Initiation Service Providers, PISPs).

Payment optimisation – cash, cards, or digital wallets

21 Dec 2018 | Expert Opinion

Mark Beresford, from Edgar, Dunn & Company: “Digital wallets have not replaced cards and are unlikely to do so in the foreseeable future”

Mark Beresford, Edgar, Dunn & Company, payment optimisation, cash, cards, digital wallets, instant payments, digitalisation, contactless payments, e-wallet, PISP,