In February 2013, the European Payments Council ( ) published a two part blog series which highlights best practice identified by early movers on the demand side handling major payment volumes and who reported on their successfully completed Single Euro Payments Area ( ) migration projects in the Newsletter. The link to the second part is included with the 'related links' below.
Payment service users ( ) now working towards achieving compliance with the European Union ( ) 'Regulation ( ) No 260/2012 establishing technical and business requirements for credit transfers and direct debits in euro' (the Regulation), are invited to take advantage of the advice shared by their peers. The Regulation effectively mandates migration to Credit Transfer ( ) and Direct Debit ( ) in the euro area by 1 February 2014. Part II of this blog series focuses on lessons learnt by who have pioneered implementation. Following the link below leads not only to this Blog, but also to a host of additional information supporting market participants now transitioning to and .
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