What You Need to Know About the Transaction Risk Analysis Exemption
Payment Services Directive
Derek de Weert -- Worldpay from FIS; Natalie Dunne -- Paddy Power Betfair
Sep 20, 2020
With the enforcement deadlines for the Strong Customer Authentication provision of the Payment Services Directive quickly approaching, it is important to understand which exemptions to PSD2 SCA are available. After providing a quick overview of SCA, Paddy Power Betfair highlights their SCA strategy and looks at types of transactions which are either out of scope or exempt from SCA. The Transaction Risk Analysis exemption is then explored in detail, including insights on requirements for using this exemption. The presentation closes with how TRA could work in a multi-PSP setup and important caveats with delegated Transaction Risk Analysis.
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