What is an Authorised Payment Institution (API)?
According to the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), an authorised payment institution is a person or a group of people authorised as a payment institution under the Payment Services Regulations and included in the Financial Services register. The FCA is the financial regulatory body in the UK that oversees over 50,000 financial institutions and ensures that there is transparency in financial markets and that consumers are not exploited in any manner. It is the FCA that issues the UK API License.
We can assist you with applying for a new API license in the United Kingdom. Please go through the following links to learn more about our offering.
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- Main Requirements for API
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- Timeframe & Additional Services Offered
This page was last updated on September 7, 2022.