SEPA: Stepping into Sepa requires plenty of preparation

Some businesses will be affected more than others by the introduction of Sepa.

24th November, 2013

Some businesses will be affected more than others by the introduction of Sepa, the new pan-European Single Euro Payments Area - in particular, those that originate a large volume of direct debit payments, such as utility, telecom and insurance companies, most of whom are well advanced in Sepa planning.

However, businesses which deal with credit transfers, for example, payroll, or those with customer direct debits should also be on top of the changes necessary to...

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