Issue 2 - April 2009
SEPA Credit Transfer (SCT) & SEPA Direct Debit (SDD)
More is MoreEPC Newsletter for Scheme Participants
24.04.09 BY Herman Segers
Going forward, the EPC will publish an additional Newsletter designed to specifically address the information needs of scheme participants offering SEPA services. The EPC Newsletter for Scheme Participants will provide regular updates on the latest EPC developments pertaining to the SEPA schemes and standards including links to the relevant technical documentation and detailed specifications published by the EPC. The EPC Newsletter for Scheme Participants will be launched within the next quarter and will be delivered by e-mail to scheme participants.
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Other articles in this issue
24.04.09 Update EPC Plenary Meetings - Main decisions taken in March 2009 By By Herman Segers 24.04.09 The Preview - Rulebook Release Management 2009 By By Christian Westerhaus 24.04.09 SEPA only: the EPC Vision - EPC recommendations on end date for SEPA migration By By Gerard Hartsink 24.04.09 New EPC Publications now online - Everything you need to know about SEPA By By Meral Ruesing 24.04.09 Going global - The new ISO Creditor Reference By By Olli Kähkönen 24.04.09 A mixed Bag - European Parliament approves revised Regulation 2560/2001 on cross-border payments By By Séverine Anciberro 24.04.09 PSD Implementation: six Months to go - Will Member States meet the deadline? By By Ruth Wandhöfer 24.04.09 New Kids on the Block - An introduction to payment institutions By By Ruth Wandhöfer 24.04.09 Every Road has got to end somewhere: the Need for a SEPA Migration End Date - Re-emphasised by the European Central Bank By By Wiebe Ruttenberg and Monika Hempel 24.04.09 Great Expectations - E-invoicing: time to seize the opportunity By By Charles Bryant 24.04.09 Overcoming the Homer Simpson in us - How to create a less-cash society By By Leo Van Hove and Leonor Machado 24.04.09 Facing the Facts in April 2009 - EPC tracks progress of SEPA implementation By By Herman Segers 24.04.09 Missing in Action, mostly - Public sector lags behind in SEPA implementation By By Gerard Hartsink 24.04.09 On Bananas and the Integration of Euro Payments - The SEPA commitment of EU governments By By Herman Segers 24.04.09 ECOFIN Council Conclusions: Annual Progress Report on the State of SEPA Migration - European Commission reports on migration by public authorities By By Zuzana Kalivodova 24.04.09 SEPA at your Fingertips - The EPC Roadmap for Mobile Payments By By Dag-Inge Flatraaker 24.04.09 SEPA Direct Debit: the Green Light - EPC launches SEPA Direct Debit Schemes in November 2009 By By Gerard Hartsink 24.04.09 The Doors are open - Guidelines for adherence to the SEPA Direct Debit Schemes are now available By By Gerhard Singer 24.04.09 Creditors: Help is here - EPC introduces rules on the use of legacy mandates under the SDD Scheme By By Kevin Brown 24.04.09 SEPA B2B Direct Debit: the E-Mandate - Public consultation is going on now By By Christian Westerhaus 24.04.09 Think ahead - The SEPA Scheme change management By By Christian Westerhaus
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