Post Tagged with: "Lloyds Banking Group"

For Aggregation Service, Lloyds May Use PSD2

For Aggregation Service, Lloyds May Use PSD2

by December 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm 0 comments

Regulation — yes, regulation — appears to pushing European banks to innovation, but perhaps not in ways anticipated by regulators. Lloyds Banking Group is considering an account aggregation service that would allow its consumers to pull in data from other financial institutions. While the plans appear to be at theRead More

PSD2 Could End Up Being a Boon to — Yikes! — Banks

PSD2 Could End Up Being a Boon to — Yikes! — Banks

by November 8, 2016 at 4:19 pm 0 comments

TEL AVIV — A much-maligned European Union banking regulation may have some unexpected, positive consequences. The Second Payment Services Directive, known as PSD2, will require EU banks to open the EU payment market to companies offering consumer or business-oriented payment services based on the access to information about the paymentRead More

VIDEO: Bankers Spill On How They Can Defend Against Apple

VIDEO: Bankers Spill On How They Can Defend Against Apple

by October 1, 2014 at 11:49 am 0 comments

On the surface, Apple Pay should make bankers quake. Apple is not required to be a bank in order to offer banking services — which, let’s be honest, includes payments. So why aren’t bankers panicking? The video below, which features Mark Curran, payment technology services director at Lloyds Banking Group, andRead More