On 10 March 2015 the European Payments Council ( ) together with the Cards Stakeholders Group (CSG) published version 7.05 of the Single Euro Payments Area ( ) Cards Standardisation Volume (the SCS Volume) for a three-month public consultation. This document defines a standard set of requirements to enable an interoperable and scalable card and terminal infrastructure across , based on open international card standards. The SCS Volume version 7.05 consists of a series of separate books.
Here you find Book 2 (Functional Requirements) of the SCS Volume version 7.05 (see ‘related files’ below) which has been released for public consultation from 10 March to 5 June 2015.
Book 2 - ‘Functional Requirements’ details requirements applicable to card transactions which result in the provision of the different services to the cardholder referred to in this book. Book 2 enables a card system specialist to identify the operational requirements in the domain that need to be addressed to facilitate harmonisation. To improve the interoperability of cards and terminals, the book also refers to and enhances EMV standards and shows how to use these in conformance with the various services requirements described.
To find all information relevant to the 2015 public consultation on version 7.05 of the SCS Volume, refer to the ‘related links’ below.