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The Payment Services Regulations 2009

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The register

The register of certain payment service providers

4.—(1) The Authority must maintain a register of—

(a)authorised payment institutions and their EEA branches;

(b)small payment institutions;

(c)agents of authorised payment institutions and small payment institutions required to be registered under regulation 29; and

(d)the persons specified in regulation 3(1) where they provide payment services.

(2) The Authority may include on the register any of the persons mentioned in paragraphs (c) to (h) of the definition of a payment service provider in regulation 2(1) where such persons provide payment services.

(3) Where a person mentioned in paragraph (f), (g) or (h) of the definition of a payment service provider in regulation 2(1)—

(a)is not included on the register; and

(b)provides, or proposes to provide, payment services,

the person must give notice to the Authority.

(4) The Authority may—

(a)keep the register in any form it thinks fit;

(b)include on it such information as the Authority considers appropriate, provided that the register identifies the payment services for which an institution is authorised or registered under this Part; and

(c)exploit commercially the information contained in the register, or any part of that information.

(5) The Authority must—

(a)publish the register online and make it available for public inspection;

(b)update the register on a regular basis; and

(c)provide a certified copy of the register, or any part of it, to any person who asks for it—

(i)on payment of the fee (if any) fixed by the Authority; and

(ii)in a form (either written or electronic) in which it is legible to the person asking for it.

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