Friday April 3, 2020

How EU banking rules affect Ireland

The Payment Services Directive was transposed into Irish law by the European Communities (Payment Services) Regulations at the start of last November.

1st May, 2010

The Payment Services Directive was transposed into Irish law by the European Communities (Payment Services) Regulations at the start of last November.

The directive ensures that the rules on electronic payments - such as paying by debit card or transferring money - are the same throughout Europe.

It has brought a variety of benefits for consumers, such as the ability to put direct debits on hold, and longer notice periods before changes to the terms...

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