Following a public consultation organised in 2016, the published an updated version of its White paper on mobile payments in March 2017. It aims to contribute to the harmonisation of mobile payments in Europe.
Compared to the version published in 2012, the updated white paper includes new types of mobile proximity payments while addressing also the new stakeholders and technologies that entered the mobile ecosystem since 2012. The white paper provides an analysis of how mobile ecosystems could evolve and interact to support card payments and credit transfers. It further incorporates new use cases based on the Instant Credit Transfer scheme.
The new version 5.0 of the document integrates the comments received through the public consultation while it has also been aligned with the new version 8.0 of the SEPA Cards Standardisation Volume.
The document aims to be an informative read to any party interested in mobile payments by using a non-technical language and to inform about the 's views on mobile payments in .