Once PSD2 has been implemented, DNB will proceed from the principle that existing outgoing notifications will continue to apply under PSD2, provided the information reported is still up to date. It is possible that DNB will request further information in order to supplement the PSD2 notification information.
Payment institutions that have their registered office in the Netherlands can operate in any other member country of the European Economic Area (EEA) on the basis of the licence granted by DNB, without having to apply for a licence in the other member country concerned. Payment institutions must notify DNB of their foreign activities in accordance with a set procedure. DNB maintains the principle that requirements to report foreign activities under PSD1 will continue to apply under PSD2, provided the information reported is still up to date. If there have been changes to previously reported information, the payment institution should report to DNB again. Once PSD2 is implemented, DNB may also request additional information to ensure the completeness of the information required under the new Directive.