SEPA: Don't be beaten by the Sepa deadline

The Sepa clock is ticking and businesses which have yet to make the necessary preparations to facilitate the move to Sepa are advised to do so now.

14th September, 2013
John Rice, Sepa programme manager at the Central Bank of Ireland.

The Sepa clock is ticking and, with less than five months to go, businesses which have yet to make the necessary preparations to facilitate the move to Sepa are advised to do so now.

February 1, 2014 is the date by which all users of electronic payments in the Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) - encompassing 33 countries comprising the EU 28 along with Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Monaco and Liechtenstein - must migrate from 'domestic-only'...

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