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TSI is a licensed and certified Fintech partnering with the leading industry organizations

LICENCES AND CERTIFICATIONS

TSI has both an Electronic money and Payment Institution licence from the French regulator, Banque de France's ACPR (N°16118), and is passported throughout Europe. TSI also has the highest-level standard certifications in the payments industry and has implemented the market's best practices for securing user and payment data.

The French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority (ACPR) is the French supervisory body for banking and insurance.

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is the reference payment data security standard for the card payment industry.

The EMA is a European professional organisation that brings together issuers of electronic money and payment institutions. The organisation serves as a spokesperson for the industry in communications with regulators.

The French Association of Financial Companies (AFSF) is a professional body that promotes a specialised approach to credit and financial and investment services.

The AFEPAME is the French Association of Payment and Electronic Money Institutions, which promotes a smart balance between innovation and regulation.

France Fintech is an association, created in June 2015, that brings together all companies that are innovating in the financial services industry.

ACSEL is a forum for discussions about major issues for the digital transformation of the economy. This association currently brings together nearly 200 companies and public bodies from all industries and works to foster communication between them.

ISO/IEC 27001 is an international standard for information security management systems from ISO and the IEC.

The CNIL is the French National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms. This independent French administrative body is charged with protecting personal data, supporting innovation, and preserving individual freedoms.

Business France is a national agency that supports globalisation of the French economy, including international growth of companies and increasing exports.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new European reference text for protection of personal data. It strengthens and unifies data protection for individuals in the European Union.

The purpose of FEVAD is to bring together all e-commerce and distance selling stakeholders, no matter what industries they come from and communication media they use.