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In the new world of strong customer authentication (SCA), the role of PSPs as payment facilitators for merchants is more important than ever. With complexity increasing, you need to provide your merchant customers with services and technology to manage exemptions effectively, and access to multiple acquirers to explore and form new relationships.

The resources in this page are designed to help PSPs manage the complexities of SCA implementation. For further help or guidance, please do not hesitate to contact our experts at [email protected].

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Actively Manage SCA Exemptions and Protect Your Profits

The last piece of the PSD2 puzzle might have been delayed, but that doesn’t mean there is time for merchants to rest on their laurels. See why when it comes to SCA, there is more to tackle than compliance – customer relationships and business profitability are at stake.

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On-Demand Webinar: 5 Steps to Drive Business Under SCA

In this expert webinar, we discuss the 5 steps PSPs and merchants must take to meet SCA requirements and drive sales. Get in-depth insights on why fraud management is essential to business success, the necessity of examining exemption needs and strategies, the importance of flexibility in acquiring relationships and the role of PSPs in supporting their merchant customers.

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PSD2 and Strong Customer Authentication (SCA): A PSP Guide

Explore the requirements of SCA under PSD2, what it means for PSPs and what you need to do to protect your merchant customers, your reputation and your business. 

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How PSPs Can Help Merchants Stay One Step Ahead

The main objective of PSD2’s Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is to protect customers and reduce fraud by introducing new measures that ensure that customer-initiated transactions are being made by the genuine cardholder.

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