The Scheme End-User Forum (SEUF) is composed of representatives of European associations of end-users of the Single Euro Payments Area ( ) payment schemes, such as consumers, e-merchants and corporate treasurers.
The SEUF held its eleventh meeting on 25 August 2020. The approved agenda and minutes are available on this page.
During this meeting, the SEUF agreed on a formal SEUF position on all payment scheme rulebook change requests which the received by the end of 2019 and which were subject to a public consultation from March to June 2020.
For defining its position, the SEUF considered the submitted input from the various stakeholders during the public consultation and the formal change proposals formulated by the working group responsible for the maintenance and the further evolution of the Credit Transfer ( ) and Direct Debit ( ) scheme rulebooks.
The SEUF further discussed the scheme implementation status at that point in time. The main topics were the scheme adherence status and projections, and the prospects and current obstacles for the further use of the scheme by payment end-users.
The SEUF was also informed about the impact of Brexit for the payment end-users, and about the internal developments on the ’s Request-To-Pay ( ) scheme rulebook and on one-leg out euro (instant) credit transfer transactions entering or leaving .
There are still vacant seats for other European associations of end-users (see ‘Related documents’). Application letters including an up-to-date CV in English should be sent to [email protected].