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MyBank SEPA Direct Debit Core Mandates solution goes live across Eurozone

MyBank went live with MyBank Mandates for SEPA Core Direct Debits today following the successful conclusion of the first Joining Window. Financial institutions and service providers are in the process of rolling out this pan-European electronic mandate solution for SEPA Core Direct Debits (SDDs) to corporate and retail customers across Europe. By enabling buyers to pay conveniently via SDD when shopping or settling bills online, MyBank Mandates will extend the benefits of DDs to the digital environment.

Comments:

  • “The changeover to SEPA has finally been achieved, except for a couple of open points that still need to be addressed, such as Internet-enabled mandates. For e-commerce businesses, it is of crucial importance to be able to set up mandates with their customers in a fully electronic way, i.e. without the need for a manual signature,” said Steffen von Blumröder, Head of Department Banking & Financial Services, BITKOM, Germany’s Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media.
  • “MyBank Mandates is the next building block in creating a suite of services to support payments and identity services in the digital space. There is a clear demand from consumers and merchants for a simple and secure authorisation process for direct debits,” said John Broxis, Managing Director of PRETA S.A.S.

Future of direct debiting 

MyBank Mandates provides customers with an easy way to agree online and in real time that their account can be debited. MyBank believe that merchants and public authorities across Europe will be able to replace paper mandates with this efficient new solution. Since paper mandates are expensive and lead to higher rejection rates for the first collection, moving to a real-time electronic process that involves the bank of the debtor helps to reduce costs and the time required to collect funds.

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CTMfile take: MyBank’s electronic mandates could open up the usage of direct debiting across e-commerce in the eurozone. A one time direct debit is much more attractive than paying 2.3% MSC for the use of a payment card, and also the merchant has the details for subsequent payments.

See:

Worldline selects MyBank e-mandate service to introduce an SEPA direct debit service | C&TM File

SEPA 2.0: Get back to your real job of make your company more financially efficient | C&TM File


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Cash & Liquidity Management
Cash & Liquidity Management in Europe
Payments - Bill Collection
Regular Bill Payments from Businesses
Regular Bill Payments from Consumers
Collecting Payments on the Internet

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