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26th June 2019
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Dear Subscriber,

In this issue of PaymentEye, Louise Beaumont co-chair of Open Banking Payments Working Group, techUK explained why those who have failed to prepare for PSD2’s Strong Customer Authentication requirement could lose out on potential partnerships and suppliers.

Elsewhere, Jeremy Strong, head of efficiency & performance, fraud at RBS suggested that consumers confusion around SCA could lead to an increase in financial crime.

Additionally, this week PaymentEye’s sister publication bobsguide was delighted to announce the winners of it’s Partnership and Technology Awards. The awards highlighted the very best technology developments in the industry, as well as stand out partnerships. Massive congratulations to all the winners.

To see the winners of the bobsguide Awards 2019 visit:


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