Under PSD2, banks are obliged to make a 'digital gateway' available to supervised third parties offering payment initiation and / or account information services

This access is possible via the consumer interface or a special interface ('dedicated interface' or API). The Dutch Payments Association supports the view that open, specially developed ('dedicated') interfaces (APIs) are the best guarantee for safe and reliable communication via the banking infrastructure between third parties and payment account holders. Individual payment service providers and European market standardization initiatives are working hard on this. The Dutch Payments Association is closely involved in this.

National Implementation Support Platform

Dutch Payments Association is undertaking coordination activities to facilitate the smooth implementation of dedicated interfaces for both ASPSPs and TPPs, and ultimately help facilitate the granting of exemptions of the fall-back interface obligation by DNB. These activities are labelled ‘National Implementation Support Platform NL’ or NISP-NL.

This platform facilitates the interaction between ASPSPs, TPPs and other stakeholders and DNB as an observer to discuss the process until 14 September 2019 when the dedicated interfaces have to be operational and ‘wide usage’ has been demonstrated.

The kick-off meeting of NISP-NL was in December 2018. Background information on NISP-NL can be found in the invitation for the kick-off meeting. Feel free to get in touch with us by sending a message to nisp-nl@betaalvereniging.nl.

Deliverables

In the period until February 2019, the abovementioned NISP-NL participants contributed to a set of deliverables listed below under item 01-05. Some of these deliverables will be updated when applicable. During the testing and implementation phase until September 2019, regular meetings with market participants will be held in order to discuss common issues, which will be reported under item 06.

 

Document Status Date
01 Mapping EBA Guidelines / NISP-NL deliverables
Overview of NISP-NL deliverables in relation to the specific EBA Exemption Guidelines
Final 01-Mar-2019
02 Reporting template EBA GL 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.2, 6.6, 7.1.a
Reporting templates for ASPSPs related to the EBA Exemption Guidelines 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.2, 6.6 and 7.1.a
Final 01-Mar-2019
03 Conformance Testing Reporting Template
Reporting template aimed at uniformity in conformance testing (EBA GL 6.3.b)
Final (Rev. 1) 16-May-2019
04 TPP Integration Testing checklist
Overview of integration testing aspects aimed at a consistent testing experience for TPPs
Final 28-Jan-2019
05 Dedicated interface repository
Simple 'dedicated interface' repository with relevant reference information regarding ’dedicated interfaces’ of ASPSPs participating in NISP-NL, aimed at efficient planning for TPPs
Regular updates 21-August-2019
06 NISP-NL Common Issues Tracking
Tracking of common issues related to TPP-ASPSP testing, relevant for ASPSPs and TPPs in general. This document is regularly updated with common issues addressed in the regular ‘common issues’ conference call with NISP-NL participants
Next update 22-Aug-2019 18-July-2019

 

Relevant documents

All other relevant outcome of NISP-NL will be published here when they are available.

Announcement of NISP-NL - 5 December 2018

Kick-off meeting - 14 December 2018

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Meeting to detail the proposed workstream approach - 15 January 2019

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Meeting on Conformance Testing and Reporting – 6 February 2019

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Meeting on Implementation Coordination – 12 February 2019

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Meeting on Conformance Testing and Reporting – 19 February 2019

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Meeting on Implementation Coordination – 26 February 2019

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Additional documents

Here you will find additional background information that might be of interest.

PSD2 eIDAS certificates – 19 March 2019

This presentation given by a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) contains background information on PSD2 eIDAS certificates.

Open Banking UK User Experience Guidelines

These customer experience guidelines provide journeys for third party providers and account providers.

ENISA Study "Good practices on the implementation of regulatory technical standards"

This study will provide stakeholders such as payment service providers, competent authorities, and EU Member States, with an overview of the implementation of the PSD2 in different national legislations, focussing on risk management and incident reporting.

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