Info for Third-Party Providers (TPPs)
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Here's where you'll find information about our Modified Customer Interface and our summary documentation – plus how to get in touch with us.
A quick overview
As per UK Payment Services Regulations 2017, we offer a Modified Customer Interface that enables authorised TPPs to access Chase UK accounts for the provision of:
- Account Information Services (AIS)
- Payment Initiation Services (PIS)
- Card-Based Payment Instrument Issuing Services (CBPIIS)
Our sandbox allows authorised and prospective TPPs to perform integration, connectivity, and functionality testing in a safe environment for various scenarios.
Account Information Services
Our AIS APIs provide you with the details of an individual's accounts, balances, and transactions. And our scheduled payments API allows you to retrieve scheduled payment instructions – including standing orders.
Payment Initiation Services
Our PIS APIs allow for the creation of a request for single immediate payments, future-dated payments, and standing orders to UK bank accounts.
Confirmation of Funds
This API allows you to perform fund confirmation checks for a customer's account.
Authorised and registered TPPs
Our Modified Customer Interface is available to TPPs who are authorised or registered in the UK by the FCA This also includes those who are EEA-based TPPs permitted to operate in the UK under the Temporary Permissions Regime (TPR).
For identification purposes, you'll need to provide us with one of the following:
- A valid eIDAS QWAC certificate
- A valid OBWAC, issued by the Open Banking Certificate Authority
Just so you know, prospective TPPs can only access the specs and sandbox.
Want to get in touch?
If you'd like to offer your services to our customers, let's talk.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll go from there.
Want to know more about our Modified Customer Interface? You can download our summary documentation here: Modified Customer Interface, summary documentation. PDF (Opens in new window)