EDF was an early adopter of SEPA Credit Transfers (SCT), having made the decision to migrate in 2008. We explore EDF's migration experiences, project outcomes and provide advice to corporates that are planning the migration.
SEPA end dates have at last been defined, and corporate treasurers and finance managers cannot afford to lose any time in progressing their SEPA migration projects. We ask some experts to share the benefit of their experience of SEPA projects.
SEPA is pushing innovation and consolidation in the clearing and settlement mechanism (CSM) sector. But can Europe's banks collaborate towards a US model of only two clearing houses - or even a single European clearing house?
The use of cards and e-payments by consumers continues to grow rapidly, and the Payment Services Directive (PSD) will have a considerable impact on the market. But what are the current trends in cards acquiring in the Eurozone, and what should treasurers consider when selecting a card acquirer?
The migration of the existing legacy payments infrastructure is a difficult task for both banks and corporates, but good preparation and thorough execution of the migration project will enable corporates to greatly benefit from SEPA.
What does SEPA migration mean for a mass payer? We talk to UWV about their intriguing experiences as the first mass payer to transfer to SEPA in May 2012.
Deutsche Post AG Renten Service is a major pension management outsourcing company based in Germany. We look at their experiences of implementing SEPA and its advice to other corporations and organisations on how to do so successfully.