Token Service Provider Registration Programme

EMVCo has established a Token Service Provider Code (“TSP Code”), which is a 3 digit code assigned to Token Service Provider (“TSP”) and maintained by EMVCo. The TSP Code is included in the Token Requester ID, which uniquely identifies the pairing of Token Requester with the Token Service Provider. This helps achieve transparency of the entity that provided the Payment Token. As long as the TSP Code is issued by EMVCo to Service Provider and the registration has not expired, Service Provider may state to third parties that the TSP Code is “registered” with EMVCo for Service Provider’s TSP Service. Issuance of a TSP Code alone is not sufficient for a Service Provider to provide its TSP Service. The Service Provider should to work with Card Issuers and potentially Payment Networks to ascertain additional program and participation requirements. Note that EMVCo does not accredit, approve, endorse or evaluate Token Service Providers, but rather, merely maintains this listing service.

See Registered Token Service Providers


  • TSP Code Registrant is a company, or a significant division of a parent company, which must be engaged in, or demonstrating intent to be engaged in, EMV® Token Services relating to the role a TSP as detailed in the Tokenisation Specification and highlighted on the Registration Form. This includes national or regional representative organisations for these entities. If the qualification applies to a division of a larger organisation, then the TSP Code Registrant must be from the qualifying division.
  • TSP Code Registrant must demonstrate that they have direct ownership of a Token BIN or Token BIN Range for EMV® Token Services or demonstrate they have or will have the consent of Card Issuers or BIN Controller / Manager of a Token BIN or Token BIN Range.
  • The TSP Code Registrant must have a financial or contractual obligation related to support EMV® Payment Tokenisation as described in the Tokenisation Specification (“EMV® Payment Tokenisation”) and is currently providing a developed (or otherwise owns) and commercially released service in which it provides EMV® Payment Tokens to registered Token Requesters (“TSP Service”).