Europe: Trade Groups ESBG and EACB Publish Position on 'Fall Back Interface' and 'Screen Scraping'

The European Savings and Retail Banking Group (ESBG) and the European Association of Co-operative Banks (EACB) have published a position paper calling on the European Banking Association (EBA) to reject the amendment proposed by the European Commission regarding a "fall back" to the dedicated interface for third-party processor access.

The ESBG is a trade association that helps retail banks thrive, while the EACB represents the common interests of its 27 member institutions and the voices of 4,050 cooperative banks, with regard to banking as well as to cooperative legislation.

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