Languages: English, French
Price (from): €1,800 / day
Scott is one of the leading experts in Europe regarding the regulation of payments. He has more than 15 years' experience of competition law and payments regulatory law. He provides day-to-day legal advice on a broad range of competition law issues and regulatory issues impacting the payments sector in particular, including PSD2, Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS), the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR), the EU Cross-Border Regulation, Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), the European Banking Authority (EBA) guidelines for the security of Internet payments, etc.
Before joining Bird & Bird LLP, Scott was Senior Regulatory Counsel at Mastercard, where he handled competition law investigations, private actions for damages, legal advice on various regulatory developments, as well as legal support to lobbying initiatives.
Before that, he was in the competition law department of Jones Day, where he worked extensively on matters regarding financial services, in particular, the payment sector.
Scott was recently recognized as a "Future Leader" (under 45) by Who's Who Legal and received the 2017 Client Choice Award.
About the training
As the PSD2 (Revised Payment Service Directive) becomes implemented across the EU and the European Economic Area, banks’ monopoly on their customer’s transaction data and payment services is about to disappear. PSD2 enables bank customers, both consumers and businesses, to use third-party providers to manage their finances.
Why should you consider to have a PSD2 In-House Training?
Learn about how PSD2 affects your company
Understand the technical requirements to adopt PSD2 rules
Be aware of the PSD2 Strategic Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities
Get to know some tools to run your PSD2 implementation projects
Introduction to the EU payment regulation landscape (30 minutes)
Deep-dive into PSD2 provisions on Strong Customer Authentication and the RTS (1.5 hour)
Deep-dive into PSD2 provision on "open banking" and RTS (1.5 hour)
Interactions between PSD2 & GDPR (1 hour)
Introduction to the EU Interchange Fee Regulation (1 hour)
Revision of the EU Cross-Border Regulation (30 minutes)
Q&A / AOB