CP17/22: Revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) implementation: draft authorisation and reporting forms

Open consultation: CP17/22
13/07/2017
13/07/2017
Consultation closes
18/08/2017
Final forms available
September 2017
Policy Statement
Q3 2017

We are issuing a small follow-up Consultation Paper on authorisation, registration and reporting forms under the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2).

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In April 2017 we issued our first PSD2 Consultation Paper (CP17/11) which considered our approach and the majority of the changes being brought about by the directive. We are now issuing a smaller consultation that follows on from this.

Our proposals

We are consulting on some changes to the FCA Handbook to introduce new reporting and record keeping requirements for payment service providers.

We are also consulting on some registration and authorisation forms to be used by payment institutions and e-money institutions to reflect new authorisation and registration requirements under PSD2. This includes forms for existing payment institutions and e-money institutions who will need to be re-authorised or re-registered under PSD2.

Who this applies to

This consultation affects existing payment service providers and e-money issuers. It also affects businesses not currently authorised or registered with the FCA that carry on (or intend to carry on) payment related activities.

The consultation may also be of interest to consumers who use payment services or e-money.

What you need to do

Please send us your comments by  18 August 2017: 

Online response form

You can also:

Next steps

Following this consultation, we will consider feedback on authorisation and registration forms and make the final forms available in September 2017.

We also finalise our reporting and record keeping requirements and publish a Policy Statement in Q3 2017.

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