PSD2: Making it actionable

Yesterday we hosted our July webinar, ‘PSD2: Making it actionable’ that featured Jouk Pleiter, CEO and Jelmer de Jong, VP Product of Backbase.

PSD2 is a very important topic for financial companies, especially in Europe. Financial institutions across Europe will soon be facing new banking industry regulations – a proposal for a revised directive on payment services in the internal market, better known as Payment Services Directive (PSD2).

PSD2 represents one of the single biggest changes in banking industry history, because it’s the first time banks will be obligated by law to open their infrastructures to third parties. Many banks are concerned about this legislation, feeling exposed and under attack from new entrants. It also enables customers to be in the driving seat when it comes to their finances.

In this special, exclusive webinar, we discuss what PSD2 actually means, how does it affect the banking industry and how can banks can prepare for this inevitable change.
If missed the webinar or you would like to know more, we have made the slides and recording available online, via our SlideShare and YouTube channels:

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