No matter what happens following the fallout from Britain voting to leave the European Union, PSD2 is still going ahead as planned. Whether its laws make their way to the UK’s shores or lose steam before the Channel and be replaced by the Open Data Initiative, the country played a huge part in crafting the legislation and it is important to understand what is the timeline for the regulation.
Here is an infographic from Digital Baobab that charts PSD2 from its nascence three years ago and looks towards the future and its implementation.
Source: Digital Baobab
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