General Data Protection Regulation – Know your rights

One of the biggest changes to Irish Data Privacy Law comes into effect on 25th May 2018. On that date, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be introduced, to strengthen data GDPR increases and reinforces the rights of individuals in relation to the information we hold about them.

Being transparent and providing accessible information to members about how we process their personal information is a key element of GDPR.protection and to make it easier for you to access your personal information and control how it is used.

Please click on the link below for more information on the steps Tipperary Credit Union have taken to protect our members and their data along with information on our Privacy Policies and GDPR

Privacy Centre


European Payment Services Regulations 2018

European Communities Payment Services Regulations 2018

The first Payment Services  Directive (EU) 2007/64/EC (PSD1), which came into force in 2009, established common rules for certain types of electronic payments, such as credit transfers, direct debits, card payments, and mobile and online payments.  Directive 2015/2366/EU on payment services (PSD2) updates and complements the rules set out in PSD1 and takes new providers of innovative payment services into account. The new rules seek to:

  • Make it easier and safer to use internet payment services
  • Better protect consumers against fraud, abuse, and payment problems
  • Promote innovative mobile and internet payment services
  • Strengthen consumer rights.

Please click the attached link to access members ‘Framework Contract’ with Tipperary Credit Union in relation to the particular payment account referenced and for the purposes of the European Union (Payments Services) Regulations 2018.

PSD2 – Tipperary Credit Union