A leading Payment Services' compliance consultancy, we know PSD2 inside out
Whether it’s FCA authorisation, interpreting what you need to do to comply with PSD2, helping Credit Institutions meet Regulation 105 (Payment Accounts for PIs and EMIs), an annual independent PSD2 Compliance Healthcheck or anything else, John Burns and his team can relieve you of the regulatory burden.
Our extensive experience in payments services compliance means no problem is too small or too big for us to solve. This year alone we have helped more than 60 API, EMI, PISP and AISP firms gain or renew their authorisation and given over 100 firms PSD2 specific training.
PSD2 COMPLIANCE FACTSHEET
PSD2 introduces new complexity and additional compliance obligations which you need to be aware of to meet you compliance obligations. To help, Compliancy Services has produced a PSD2 Factsheet that clearly presents: 1) What you must do; 2) What the FCA expect; and 3) Reporting and notification obligations that will apply to some firms.
Minimising your time and resources, reducing the regulatory burden
We offer three different service options to help Payment Institutions meet PSD2 and associated regulatory obligations. Expert consultant led services interpreting the regulations and providing practical, usable advice and solutions that work for your business and the regulator.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
The exceptional client outcomes and service experiences we deliver are the result of a diverse and inclusive team that set high standards, pull together to make it happen and never settle for the status quo.
I have really appreciated all your help and support during this project. I understand that our business is relatively complex and we have really appreciated your expertise in interpreting and applying the acts to our business model. It’s been of great benefit to have someone sense-check and guide us through the procedure and offer helpful and practical guidance in interpreting the requirements of not only the application process but also the ongoing regulatory requirements.””