PSD2 – the EU directive that changes the financial services market fundamentally
The banks’ monopoly on customers’ data will vanish with the new Payment Services Directive, PSD2. The market is now opening up to new stakeholders, giving customers more options to choose from. Björn Kjellberg, project manager for EnterCard’s PSD2 initiative, explains how the new directive will influence the financial industry in general.
Inspiring citizenship info session with Fryshuset and My Dream Now
Last Tuesday at the Stockholm office, EnterCard were welcoming their partners Fryshuset and My Dream Now for a citizenship info session. Jennifer Ericsson from My Dream Now and Fatima Åsgard from Fryshuset, founder of the project ”Children to single mothers” had inspiring presentations about their projects for young people and talked about how EnterCard’s employees can contribute.
Three questions for EnterCard’s new Data Protection Officer
Did you know that it is mandatory for some companies that process large amounts of data, as part of their core business, to employ a Data Protection Officer when the new EU regulation on data privacy comes into force? We are taking a closer look at what that means for EnterCard.
Development opportunities at EnterCard
Twice a year, EnterCard`s CEO brings together all leaders in the group. The management events are important meeting points to discuss our strategy, leadership and key strategic deliverables.
EnterCard partners with My Dream Now to support and coach young people into work life
EnterCard has entered a partnership with My Dream Now to support and inspire young people to see the opportunities in working life. My Dream Now creates inspiring collaborations between school and work life, with a vision that all students will feel their value in society and find their own ways to employment and dreams.
EnterCard charity auction brought 31 200 SEK to UNICEF
On March 22nd, EnterCard’s Citizenship team organised an internal charity auction in Stockholm that brought a total of 31 200 SEK. Both EnterCard and employees donated items that were sold to the highest bidding employees. The money raised will be donated to UNICEF.