In line with PSD2, we provide access to our payment accounts for authorised Third Party Providers (TPPs). Each of the Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) found in this portal has been developed and designed in line with the Open Banking Standards (www.openbanking.org.uk).
To access the Sandbox you will need to complete the enrolment form for the Developer Portal. We will respond within 2 working days of receiving you request.
Once you are enrolled we will provide you with a guide which will detail how to use the Sandbox to test your application with our APIs.
Once you have enrolled on the Developer Portal you will have access to the technical documentation, including the API swagger files.
Permanent tsb do not provide Test Certificates.
Our Sandbox supports the use of Test Certificates which you can acquire from a qualified trusted service provider (QTSP). Please visit https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/tl-browser/ for more details.
Please refer to the PSD2 section on the web site for your National Competent Authority (NCA) for details on requesting authorisation as a TPP.
The NCA in Ireland is the Central Bank of Ireland (www.centralbank.ie)
Your organisation administrator for the Developer Portal has the ability to send an invite to additional users to enable them to self-register on the Developer Portal.
The new user will receive an email, inviting them to register on the Developer Portal. When the developer accepts the registration invitation, they become a member of the administrator organisation.
To access the Sandbox you will need to complete the enrolment form for the Developer Portal. Once you are enrolled we will provide you with a guide which will detail how to use the Sandbox to test with your application.
We have developed our APIs in line the Open Banking Standards. Detail information including specifications is available on www.openbanking.org.uk.
Your organization administrator can manage the user accounts for your developers. They can edit developer and organization administrator account information, such as the email address and role for their account. They can also enable and disable the developer user accounts.