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The original Payment Service Directive ("PSD") was adopted in 2007. This legislation provided a legal framework for the EU's Single Euro Payments Area ("SEPA"). The main objective of PSD was to unify the EU e-payment market by creating rules and guidelines for payment institutions within the EU and to make cross-border payments as easy and efficient as local payments.
PSD2 aims to widen the scope of the regulatory framework of PSD to cover new services and players (including payment initiation service providers and account information service providers) and additional geographies and currencies. It attempts to fix legal uncertainties and to enhance customer protection and payment services and to provide customers and retailers with effective, convenient and secure payment methods within the European Union.
PSD2 comes into force on 13 January 2018.
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