[Openid-specs-fapi] Conference & Consultation on eIDAS & PSD2

Dave Tonge dave.tonge at momentumft.co.uk
Wed Jan 31 09:04:23 UTC 2018


This conference may be of interest:

The spec for consultation is here:

>From a brief scan it seems that they are proposing that:

The PSD2 specific attributes shall be included in a QCStatement within the
> qcStatements extension as specified in clause 3.2.6 of IETF RFC 3739 [6].

​The general idea is that a TPP (third party provider):
1. registers with the regulator,
2. goes to a special type of CA called a QTSP (qualified trust service
3. the QTSP verifies their identity and registration status with the
regulator and issues a certificate with PSD2 claims embedded
4. the TPP then uses that certificate to call a banks APIs over mutual TLS

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