Once the revised Payment Services Directive (EU) 2015/2366 (PSD2) is implemented in Dutch law, businesses wishing to provide payment information services must hold a licence for payment service 8 of Annex I to PSD2. It is not possible to conduct these activities under an exemption as may be the case for certain other payment services.
You can use a digital form to apply for the licence, which we will make available in good time in the Digital Supervision Portal (DLT). To access the Digital Supervision Portal your business or legal adviser must have eHerkenning.
See here for further information about the procedure for applying for a licence and handling times. As long as the transposition of the Directive into Dutch law is not complete, and a draft bill has not yet been submitted to Parliament, DNB is not able to publish any specific licence requirements that will apply in the Netherlands. For an indication of the conditions to operate as an account information service provider, we refer you to PSD2 and to the Guidelines published by the European Banking Authority (EBA)1.
1 In order not to be in violation of the prohibition on operating as a payment service provider without holding a licence as referred to in Section 2:3a of the Wft.