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Payments Regulatory Semi-Annual Report – Your report for more clarity in European payments market regulations

Stay up-to-date on all changes in the European payments market

The challenges posed by new regulatory guidelines and standards in the financial industry

Due to market developments such as SEPA regulations, instant payments, request-to-pay, TIPS, Target 2 and PSD2, financial institutions and payment service providers will be confronted with a multitude of new payment regulations in the upcoming years. Because of complex legislative procedures and standardisations, the effects on the organisation, processes and IT of these companies are not immediately apparent.

Get an overview of financial regulations with our Payments Regulatory Semi-Annual Report

PwC's Payments Regulatory Semi-Annual Report provides you with comprehensive information on all changes in the European payments market. The detailed report provides analysis on various regulatory directives and standards (e.g. SEPA Request-to-Pay, TARGET, SWIFT CSP and CBPR+, and PCI DSS) that govern and impact the payments industry in the EU and across Europe. The focus here is on the recent and/or future changes and updates as well as the corresponding requirements on a technical and procedural level. In addition, the report provides concrete implementation steps to ensure compliance with the relevant regulations from both a business and IT perspective. PwC's Payments Regulatory Semi-Annual Report does not aim to provide regulatory advice, but is rather a recommendation on what to consider and where changes can be made.

The report takes a detailed look at European financial regulation from a non-legal perspective and examines the implications and changes that need to be made. The main points include:

  • The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) procedures have been changed this year. Further updates are on the way, especially to the Request-to-Pay scheme, which is to offer new and improved functions.
  • One important change is the merging of TARGET 2 and TARGET 2- securities into one platform, which will offer many shared components.
  • SWIFT has introduced a mandatory annual assessment as part of its consumer safety programme. This will have an impact on all financial institutions.
  • Another momentous SWIFT regulation – CBPR+ – mandates the transition from ISO 15022 to ISO 20022..

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Payments Regulatory Report
€ 6,000per report
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