SEPA: Sepa timeline

To avoid the risk of a bottleneck at the beginning of 2014, companies need to start transitioning to Sepa as soon as possible.

24th November, 2013

To avoid the risk of a bottleneck at the beginning of 2014, companies need to start transitioning to Sepa as soon as possible. There is nothing more costly than making emergency changes to equipment at the last minute, so with only three months left before the introduction of the new Sepa regulations, there is no time to waste.

The first thing to do as a matter of urgency, if you haven't done so already, is to...

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