The EPC Shortcut Series: continuedThree new EPC publications highlight key concepts of a SEPA for Cards
28.01.10 BY Meral Ruesing
The EPC Shortcut Series is part of the material made available by the EPC to inform market participants about the SEPA process and related EPC deliverables. The two-page flyers released in the Shortcut Series ensure easy access to key SEPA concepts and are the ideal starting point to explore different aspects of the SEPA programme. In January 2010, the EPC released new Shortcuts outlining the SEPA Cards Framework (SCF) developed by the EPC and the ten best reasons for merchants to practice SEPA, respectively.***
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Shortcut to the SEPA Cards Framework
The aim of creating a SEPA for Cards is to facilitate a consistent customer experience when making or accepting payments with cards. The SEPA Cards Framework (SCF) developed by the EPC outlines high level principles and rules that when implemented by banks and card schemes will deliver this consistent experience. The "Shortcut to the SEPA Cards Framework" summarises the high level principles and rules defined in the SCF.
Merchants - the 10 best Reasons to practice SEPA
SEPA will have an important impact on European merchants' approach to card acceptance and the services they receive from their banks. Those that have a high tourist or adjacent border spend will see significant change and improvement as will those that currently have to accept high volumes of cash. This publication highlights the benefits of a SEPA for Cards for merchants across the 32 SEPA countries.
Other EPC publications on the SEPA initiative
Additional EPC publications dedicated to the SEPA information needs of consumers, businesses, public administrations and other interested parties are available for download on the EPC web site / SEPA Customers.
Other articles in this issue
28.01.10 Update EPC Plenary Meetings - Main decisions taken in December 2009 By Gerard Hartsink 28.01.10 SEPA Scheme Change Management Cycle 2010 - Suggestions for changes must reach the EPC by end February 2010 By Herman Segers 28.01.10 PSD in Practice - Discrepancies in national transposition pose a challenge to banks By Ruth Wandhöfer 28.01.10 Expectations are promising (and Patience is a Virtue) - Results of the Second Annual Progress Report on the state of SEPA migration in 2009 By Zuzana Kalivodova and Gerd Heinen 28.01.10 Clarity and Incentives needed - ECOFIN conclusions of December 2009 on setting an end date for migration to SEPA By Gerard Hartsink 28.01.10 Facing the Facts in January 2010 - The EPC Newsletter tracks the progress of SEPA implementation By Herman Segers 28.01.10 The Road Show - EC expected to harmonise rules for cross-border cash transport by road By Leonor Machado 28.01.10 Everybody loves E!*** - The role of the EPC in the creation of e-SEPA By Gerard Hartsink 28.01.10 Food for Thought - The EC Expert Group on e-Invoicing Final Report By Charles Bryant 28.01.10 The big Picture - Dematerialisation of business processes - in payments and beyond By Peter Potgieser 28.01.10 SEPA Survey 2009: Corporate Readiness on the Rise - The findings confirm that early movers have everything to gain By Eddy Ouwendijk and Joris Barbas 28.01.10 Nowhere to go but forward - How to create momentum for the SEPA programme By Javier Santamaría 28.01.10 SEPA to go - EPC White Paper on mobile payments: consultation is going on now By Dag-Inge Flatraaker 28.01.10 Optional SEPA Direct Debit Scheme in the Pipeline - Additional SDD Fixed Amount Scheme provides maximum planning security to consumers and billers By Javier Santamaría
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