How banks can build trust in a PSD2 world

In this whitepaper, we will focus on one of the biggest issues for banks – the new regulations around Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). We will highlight the challenges posed and explore how banks can go beyond simple compliance to build trust and create a smooth experience for all their customers.

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