Community

COMMUNITY

PSU

Payment Service User (End Users)

*QTSPs

Qualified Trust Service Provider (Certificate Issuers)

 *Engage with ETSI to understand PSD2 Certificate standards and configure your trust services, ahead of market ready date in 2019.

*ASPSP

Account Servicing Payment Service Provider

*Join fellow ASPSPs as a stakeholder, to design and implement pan-EU PSD2 access to account services, ahead of your national due dates.

*SP

Solution Providers (Technology and Support Companies)

* Become an affiliate of Preta OBE to review standards & designs to help configure your solutions, for easier client deployments across the EU.

MSSBs

Member State Supervisory Body (eIDAS Regulator)

MSCAs

Member State Competent Authority (PSD2 Regulator) It is very easy to use

*TPPs

Third Party Provider

*Sign-Up as an early supporter & peer reviewer, to give early input to Identity and Data mechanisms that will help smooth XS2A across the EU.

Competent Authorities & Associations

Get support for Regulatory Data Standards reviews & engage with EU dialogue on MSCA data exchange procedures

Account Servicing Payment Service Provider

Join fellow ASPSPs as a stakeholder, to design and implement pan-EU PSD2 access to account services, ahead of your national due dates.

Third Party Provider

Sign-Up as an early supporter & peer reviewer, to give early input to Identity and Data mechanisms that will help smooth XS2A across the EU.

Qualified Trust Service Providers

Engage with ETSI to understand PSD2 Certificate standards and configure your trust services, ahead of market ready date in 2019.

Solution Providers

Become an affiliate of Preta OBE to review standards & designs to help configure your solutions, for easier client deployments across the EU.

Competent Authorities & Associations

National competent authorities will play a critical part in Access to Account. They register and authorise the players. They publish registers that will be used both by QTSPs to make decisions on issuing certificates, and by the financial industry to check whether other parties are authorised. They are responsible for supervision.

As the PRETA directory is fed from the National Competent Authority registers, NCA’s will be given access to the directory to give them the same the view that the industry has.

Engage with Open Banking Europe

Account Servicing Payment Service Provider

The ASPSPs are working together to create shared infrastructure to support access to Account. The first element, being a directory. This is a market led initiative where the community is working to Define, Design and Deliver the challenges faced and the solutions needed.

The core benefit of the directory is that it provides a machine readable, updated list of authorised parties via a single API.

If you would like to participate in the working groups, get access to the directory and test the API, then come and join us.

Join fellow ASPSPs as a stakeholder

What they tell about us

  • I have found the PRETA OBE initiative a productive and informative engagement to date. It has crystallised the extent to which we need infrastructure at an EU level to ensure that we can open up PSD2 Access to Account in a safe, secure and efficient way. We have identified the challenges that need to be addressed in terms of having access to standardised TPP registers, as well as facilitating API access in a real-time automated manner to ensure that e-commerce and new business models are supported in the digital world.

    Bank of Ireland
  • Participating in the PRETA initiative not only contributes to solving a substantial element of PSD2, but also has been beneficial on clarification of many related topics of this regulation.

    Raiffeisen Banks International
  • PRETA has identified and successfully initiated work around required infrastructure for PSD2 that will benefit all European payment service providers including SEB.

    Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
  • The Preta initiative is a great way of solving common challenges in a harmonized PSD2 ecosystem.

    DNB
  • Preta OBE will be a key player in the PSD2 landscape.

    Swedbank
  • Participating in the PRETA Open Banking Europe initiative gives us access to a standardized and trusted source for all TPP in Europe. New business opportunities will open up while fulfilling all regulatory requirements of PSD2. It will allow us to get the most out of open banking.

    Banque Internationale à Luxemburg

Service Providers

Service providers, that act on behalf of ASPSPs and TPPs will need to understand the data found in the directory and how it fits into the security model.

Join the PRETA OBE service provider program to review standards & designs to help configure your solutions, for easier client deployments across the EU.

Become an affiliate of Preta OBE to review standards & designs to help configure your solutions, for easier client deployments across the EU

What they tell about us

  • Finastra strives to empower its customers with modern, digital payments technology, and in today’s PSD2 environment PRETA helps us to ensure we do this within a common infrastructure. The move to open banking aligns closely with our open innovation vision and it makes sense to be part of the OBE initiative to drive the next wave of financial services forward

    Finastra
  • The PRETA OBE initiative fills in important pieces in the PDS2 puzzle, highly appreciated by EVRY.

    Evry
  • The partnership with PRETA strengthens LUXHUBs vision to mutualize operational and technical efforts in the context of PSD2 compliance so banks can focus on the development of their core business and on the relationship with their customers.

    Luxhub
  • OBE fills up critical gap of regulatory implementation on “ASPSP/TPP identification & authorisation”. OBE should be appreciated for its efforts to bring together NCA registers & realise a pan-european directory service. As directory distributor we have great solution to take to our banking clients & speed up their PSD2 implementation. That critical path of uncertainty is eliminated by OBE.

    PSD2 Enabler

Third Party Provider

Consumers will be able to access their data and initiate payments in new ways thanks to the services of newly regulated account information service providers, and payment initiation service providers, collectively known as TPPs.

The Open Banking Europe Directory will support Third Party Providers by providing standardised operational data to facilitate their work.

Register your interest to join our TPP community.

Qualified Trust Service Providers

QTSPs provide the certificates that will be used for identification.
We support QTSPs through our work with ETSI.

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