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SEPA Payment Structure & Services

Background

The European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission describe SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) as "an integrated market for payment services which is subject to effective competition…

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Cash & Liquidity Management

European CFOs optimistic but with less enthusiasm

by Jack Large

Plan capital spending and hiring despite uncertainties as risk appetite and uncertainty levels remain static while skills, cyber security and protectionism dominate list of concerns

Payments - Receipts

PSD2: what should we expect on 13 January?

by Bija Knowles

The short answer is 'not much'. While PSD2 could bring changes in the long-term (more competition, collaboration and innovation), in the short-term it's more of a transition than a big bang

Payments - Receipts

10 key trends for payments in 2018

by Bija Knowles

All eyes will be on how PSD2 will change the payments landscape this year – but instant payments, advanced authentication technologies and DLT will also change the way we pay in 2018

Payments - Receipts

SCT Inst to gain critical mass by 2020 – EPC poll

by Bija Knowles

The SEPA Instant Credit Transfer is expected to take off quickly and will reach a critical mass in Europe before 2020, according to the results of a web poll by the European Payments Council

Payments - Receipts

How will you use SCTInst?

by Bija Knowles

The EPC has listed 20 examples of how businesses and individuals will use the Eurozone's new real-time payments mechanism, the SEPA Instant Credit Transfer Scheme (known as SCTInst)

Payments - Receipts

Eurosystem plans TIPS development to support SEPA Inst

by Bija Knowles

The SEPA instant credit transfer scheme will go live on 21 November so the EPC interviewed its own Marc Bayle on how another part of the instant payments picture is being developed

Payments - Receipts

Banks face PSD2 compliance challenge before 2018

by Bija Knowles

Few banks are ready for the revised EU Payments Services Directive (PSD2) and just 9 per cent were in the implementation stage of the new PSD2 requirements earlier this year