The Payments Services Directive has arrived, but it is far from over. Outside of compliance, is industry also considering the market opportunities that may result from the PSD? But what are the intended and un-intended consequences of the PSD?
Finextra and Western Union put together a panel of industry experts to debate just that. Register now to hear the debate between:
- Lee Fulmer, GBS FSS Sector Lead, IBM Global Business Services (moderator)
- James Barclay, Vice President Treasury Services, JP Morgan
- Simon Newstead, Head of Financial Institutions Advisory Group, RBS Global Transaction Services
- Michael Burkie, Market Development Manager, Treasury Services EMEA, BNYMellon
- Tony Richter, Head of Business Development, HSBC
"We as banks, our being asked to make big changes when payments are not a big priority...banks are concerned with financial stability." - James Barclay, JP Morgan
"I hope we can resolve the PSD teething troubles through self-regulation and sensible discussion." - Simon Newstead, RBS Global Transaction Services
"This is where the PSD has helped, with non-bank entrants in the market. Knowing that there is a regulation behind that, knowing that that institution has had to jump through hoops to get where they are, gives me a confidence." - Tony Richter, HSBC
"We banks are in danger of being left behind by the retail community." - Michael Burkie, BNYMellon
Register now to view this webcast looking at the opportunities presented by the PSD.
All those that register to view the webcast will get a free copy of Finextra's research, The PSD - Threat or Opportunity? The report surveyed payment professionals at European banks in order to gage the conventional wisdom surrounding the PSD and the European Union.