EPC calls for independent candidates for its Dispute Resolution Commit...

EPC calls for independent candidates for its Dispute Resolution Committee

Applications are invited by 7 February 2020

06 January 20

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The European Payments Council’s Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) – the body responsible for the compliance function of scheme management) will enter into office on 1 April 2020, when the revised By-laws as well as the Dispute Resolution Committee Mandate become effective. As of that date, the DRC will replace the existing Compliance and Adherence Committee (CAC) and the Appeals Committee. 

Three seats on the DRC (including the Chairmanship of the DRC) are available for ‘independent members’. The invites all interested candidates to apply by 7 February 2020.

The structure of the DRC, together with details on its internal organisation, rules and processes are detailed in the Dispute Resolution Committee Mandate available at the bottom of this page.

Conditions of application

To apply for the position of an independent member, the candidates should not be employed or be otherwise affiliated (e.g. as a contractor or consultant) with an scheme participant or an payment service provider community, a service provider or a payment services user group or user association. For more details regarding the criteria for independent membership of the DRC, please refer to the dedicated profile document at the bottom of this page.

How to apply?

Application letters including an up-to-date CV in English should be sent to [email protected] by 7 February 2020. Kindly indicate with your application whether you wish to apply for the role of Chair of the DRC.

The mandate will start in April 2020 for a three-year term.

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EPC150-19 Approved Dispute Resolution Committee Mandate v1.0
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