Call for independent candidates for the Payment Scheme Management Boar...

Call for independent candidates for the Payment Scheme Management Board (PSMB)

14 December 22

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The EPC Payment Scheme Management Board (PSMB) – the body responsible for the administration and evolution of the EPC Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) payment schemes will be renewed in 2023. In addition to the seats allocated to scheme participant representatives (maximum 22), three seats (including the Chairmanship of the PSMB) are available for ‘independent members’. The EPC invites all interested candidates to apply by 31 January 2023.

Joining the PSMB means playing a central role in the decision-making process for enhancing the SEPA payment schemes and ensuring they keep meeting end-users’ and technical needs.

How to apply? 

To apply for the position of independent member, the candidates should not be employed or be otherwise affiliated with an EPC scheme participant or EPC payment service provider communities, service providers or a payment services user group or user association. For more details regarding the criteria for independent membership of the PSMB, please refer to the dedicated profile document in “Related Documents”.

The structure of the PSMB, together with details on the internal organisation, rules and processes are detailed in the SEPA Payment Scheme Management Rules which are available for download in “Related Documents”.

The mandate will start in April 2023 for a two-year term.

Application letters including an up-to-date CV in English should be sent to [email protected] by 31 January 2023. Please indicate whether you would be a candidate for the role of Chair of the PSMB.

Kindly note that the present call for candidates is subject to the provisions of the privacy disclaimer available for download in “Related Documents”.

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