You’re invited to join us, Thursday, July 25, at 10am ET or 3pm ET as we explore faster, safer and cheaper ways to digitally pay for travel.
New payment security rules – Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) – will come into effect on September 14, 2019. These rules are part of a broader Europe-wide directive called PSD2, and they will have an effect on the way consumers make remote payments – requiring additional security steps for consumers to identify themselves to their bank before being able to complete a payment.
Join us for this webinar, as we aim to educate the travel industry on the Strong Customer Authentication rules and how corporate travel programs might be impacted when they go into effect.
We will discuss:
- What are the Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) rules?
- When do the rules take effect?
- Are there any expemptions available and how are they applied?
- How does SCA impact players in the payment value chain?
- What impact will SCA have on the travel vertical – on corporate travel in particular?
- Best practices: What steps are corporate travel managers taking to prepare for SCA?
Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!
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About Edgar, Dunn & Company
Edgar, Dunn & Company is an independent and global strategy consulting firm specializing in payments and digital financial services. The firm was founded on two fundamental principles of client service: provide deep expertise that enhances clients’ perspectives and deliver actionable advice that enables clients to create measurable, sustainable change in their organizations. http://edgardunn.com/