Publications

PSE produces a wide range of industry-leading publications on a wide range of topics, and in variety of formats. Here you can find some of our most recent publications. For daily updates on the latest developments in the global payments market please follow us on Twitter at @pseconsulting.com.

Time to Deliver Consumer Redress for the EU’s Instant Credit Transfer?

17th November 2017

Last the week the UK Payment Services Regulator (PSR) responded to the UK Consumer Association’s November 2016 super-complaint over the lack of consumer redress for Credit Transfers.  The PSR has been […]

Does the EBA’s risk based approach to Strong Customer Authentication destroy frictionless card payments?

14th March 2017

There has been a flurry of excitement since the publication of the EBA’s draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on 23rd February 2017. While there is much to consider within its […]

PSD2 and EBA Update: The Good News and The Bad

21st February 2017

  On 21st February 2017 Andrea Enria, the Chairperson of the EBA, presented at the Westminster Forum and provided some early insights into the progress of their PSD2 Regulatory Technical Framework […]

EBA Strong Customer Authentication – The End of Frictionless Card Payments?

6th October 2016

It seems that European payments regulation may be forcing the cards market to take a step backwards. We appear to be moving away from the frictionless online payment environment that so […]

European Alternative Payments

4th October 2016

Within the context of the European Commission and European Banking Authority’s increased involvement in the payments business PSE has developed a short presentation that outlines the role played by alternative […]

At Last – Pressure for Chargebacks on Consumer Credit Transfers?

3rd October 2016

Within the context of the European Commission and EBA’s desire to ensure a level playing field between cards and credit transfers, we thought we may look at some of the […]

Latest News Round-up

15 December 2017

Industry Videos

Amazon Go

A very interesting illustration of the future of retail from Amazon. Frictionless payments arrives in-store

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