Regulatory compliance : Payment solution - Dalenys
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Payment services directive

PSD2: navigate the new rules
of the game with peace of mind

With the implementation of strong new PSD2 authentication standards, the situation is changing. Dalenys anticipates future regulations so that merchants can rely on an optimal fraud management, with no impact on their conversion.

Support and communication

with regular information in the event of regulatory changes

Adaptation of the Fraud offer

and refined data management to maintain optimal conversion

Subsidiary of
Groupe BPCE

1st Visa issuer on continental Europe: a considerable asset in the effective fight against fraud within the framework of PSD2


Dalenys, payment service provider
regulated by the ACPR

Payment institution approved by the ACPR, the Prudential Control and Resolution Authority, Dalenys regularly reports to this regulator and meets its requirements.

Marketplaces and franchisees

Third-party transactions

Want to offer a wristband for festival-goers to pay for their consumption with transfer to the organiser? Develop a marketplace to expand your product range? Offer complementary services to your product catalogue? Managing payments for purchases made in a marketplace involves collecting on behalf of third parties.


Our experts advise you in selecting the best procedure for your business in the marketplace: authorisation exemption, payment establishment authorisation, payment service agent.

Electronic Money Establishment (EME)

Dalenys also offers account management via an Electronic Money Establishment (EME), for access to simplified and rapid onboarding for their partners.

DSP2 compliance

Your marketplace site is PSD2 compliant thanks to our features and approvals (tokenisation, PCI-DSS compliance).

Know Your Customer

KYC (Know Your Customer)

Dalenys ensures a response to completed forms within 48 hours, for merchants in the European Economic Area and UK.

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