Final Draft EU Technical Standards on Home-Host Regulatory Cooperation Under the Revised Payment Services Directive
07/31/2018The European Banking Authority has published a final report and final draft Regulatory Technical Standards under the revised Payment Services Directive on cooperation between national regulators in home and host states of a payment institution that operates cross-border in the EU. PSD2 took effect on January 13, 2018. The final report summarizes the feedback the EBA received to the proposed draft RTS and sets out the EBA's responses. The EBA confirms that it has made a number of the changes to the text of the final draft RTS as a result of the feedback.
The final draft RTS specify the framework for cooperation between supervisors of payment institutions operating on a cross-border basis, including the method for cooperation and details of information that should be provided between regulators. The final draft RTS also specify the means, details and frequency of reporting that a host national regulator may request from payment institutions concerning activities carried out in its territory through agents or branches. The final draft RTS will further apply to the framework for cooperation, and for the exchange of information, between national regulators for electronic money institutions providing services cross-border in the EU.
The EBA has submitted the final draft RTS to the European Commission for endorsement. The final RTS will apply across the EU twenty days after publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.
View the final report and final draft RTS.
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