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Sepa: Danske Bank takes lead on implementation

The Danish bank is well ahead of the pack as it prepares to walk its corporate and business customers through the conversion to Sepa, writes Margaret O'Brien.

24th March, 2013
Barry Manning, head of corporate cash management sales at Danske Bank.

Danske Bank is leading the way by supporting its corporate and business customers through their migration to the Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) ahead of the industry deadline of February 1, 2014.

"The standardisation of Euro payments through the use of a single automated channel will advantage both debtors and creditors alike, but a lack of preparation for Sepa can place businesses at risk of delays in making and receiving payments to and from suppliers, staff and...

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