How can you benefit from business opportunities arising from PSD2's Access to Accounts?Download Infographic
Use PSD2 Access-to-Account to empower your strategy!
Following PSD2 regulations, banks have published APIs and thus provide access to account to Third Party Providers (TPPs). In this way, new players can access the account information of customers (AIS) or initiate payments (PIS) on their behalf at different banks in one go. Innovation and creativity using these new possibilities are expected to rise, and you can be one of those who’ll lead. Are you curious about the new opportunities?
Opportunities using Access to the Account
Whether you are a bank, retailer, telco, fintech or bigtech, insurance company or another type of organization, you can apply for the license of becoming a TPP and seize the opportunities that arise following PSD2.
Our infographic explains how to reap the benefits if the new opportunities our infographic:
- Provide a low-cost and secure pan-European payment initiation service both online as well as in-store
- Provide up-to-date insights into the financial situation of your retail and business customers online and real-time
- Provide an online tailor-made loan or credit line for your retail or business customers
- Manage your funds efficiently and effectively as an entrepreneur
To seize the opportunities you need to handle the following challenges:
With our Access 2 Account TPP services your challenges will be easily met. You can rely on us to provide:
Practical step-by-step guide for TPPs
Are you considering to become a TPP? Based on recent market consultations, we know that many would-be TPPs feel uncertain if they should become a TPP and if so, what they need to do to best prepare for PSD2. This practical whitepaper helps you to understand the potential positions and roles of TPPs when preparing for PSD2.Download whitepaper
Contact our expertTom Wijnen Senior Product Marketing Manager
Tom is responsible for the Access 2 Account TPP and iDEAL, iDIN and e-Mandate processing services. He has been working for this company since 2001, first managing and developing Dutch payment products after which he actively developed the SEPA portfolio. Tom has extensive knowledge of the payment system and has done work for the European Payment Council. T +31 6 15 86 32 97Mail Tom