1 Ready, set... SEPA! Quarterly bulletin Number No "niche" of questions unanswered Editorial Two years have passed since the famous SEPA end date took place in February It's definitely one of those events that all of us working in the world of collections and payments, both financial institutions and companies, will probably remember as one of the most intense professional experiences of our life. Now there is another end date apparently, a little decaffeinated, in the end wagon, which mainly affects the operations that in each SEPA country were of small volume in our case credit advances (rulebook 58) and receipts sent through rulebook 32. This expertise and the challenge of turning regulations into an opportunity for improvement will definitely be a great help to use right now, because behind this "niche regulation come more changes such as the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) revision, which will play an important role over the next few years in the evolution of collections and payments in Europe. This edition of the bulletin "Ready, set SEPA!" is dedicated to provide information on the implications of this new end date and to clarify the most frequent questions currently being asked.
2 What is SEPA? SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) is an area in which consumers and businesses can make collections and payments, within and outside national borders, under the same basic conditions and with the same rights and obligations, regardless of where they are. SEPA is made up of 28 European Union Member States together with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and Monaco. Following the adoption of the euro as a single currency, SEPA offers a step forward in European economic and monetary integration. A brief overview... Legal framework of SEPA To make the SEPA project possible, a common legal framework had to be defined for all Member States, which resulted in the Payment Services Directive (PSD). The transposition of this European directive into Spanish legislation is the Payment Services Law (16/2009), which came into force in December Furthermore, Regulation 260/2012* of March 2012 established a migration deadline or end date: February 1, Following this date, the use of SEPA payment instruments is mandatory, replacing domestic instruments: credit transfers and direct debits. This obligation affected both companies and financial institutions, who had to make changes to their systems, processes, etc. to be able to migrate operations within the deadlines set by the regulation. *Regulation (EU) No. 260/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the mandatory use of SEPA collections/payments schemes. SEPA instruments The payment instruments included in SEPA are the following: Transfers Direct debits Card payments made in Euros. Therefore, transactions in other currencies from the European Economic Area (Pound Sterling, Swedish Krona,... ) are not included in the scope of SEPA. Links of interest... CCC to IBAN converter and BIC generator (website conversion tool) European Payments Council Spanish SEPA website /Entidades.aspx Register of participants in the Spanish Clearing House (Iberpay) Registers of participants in SEPA schemes 2 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
3 2016 end date The End Date Regulation also establishes 1 February 2016 as the end date for other exemptions in SEPA transactions within the European Economic Area (EEA): XML The use of ISO XML formats in SEPA collections and payments files in the customer/bank relationship has been mandatory since February 1, However, each State could set a second deadline for this point. In Spain, this obligation to use XML in companies was postponed until February 1, Microenterprises and consumers are exempt from this obligation. For SEPA purposes, microenterprises are considered to be those with less than 10 employees and a turnover or balance sheet that does not exceed 2 million euros. IBAN Since February 1, 2014, it has been mandatory to use the IBAN as an account ID, replacing, in the case of Spain, the Customer Account Code, or Código de Cuenta Cliente (CCC). Nevertheless, the Regulation allows financial institutions to provide conversion services to IBAN until February As a result, after this date account information must be given in IBAN format in SEPA transactions. BIC The issuer must send the BIC in SEPA collections and payments up to: February 2014 for national transactions February 2016 for cross-border transactions Therefore, from February 1, 2016, the BIC won't need to be informed for these types of transactions. In SEPA direct debit mandates, the BIC ceases to be mandatory and must only be given in the case of SEPA transactions outside the EEA (e.g., Switzerland, Monaco,...). 2 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
4 SEPA fundamentals 1. Are microenterprises affected by SEPA? The mandatory migration to SEPA instruments also affects microenterprises. These, like consumers, are only exempt from using the XML format, and can use the corresponding plain text formats when issuing SEPA file transactions. 2. Do rulebook 32 operations need to be migrated to SEPA products? Rulebook 32 direct debits will disappear on February 1, 2016 and must be migrated to SEPA instruments. In this respect, and in preparation for the migration, BBVA no longer admits direct debits in AEB32 format with due dates after February 1, What is the end date for SEPA countries whose currency is not the euro? The deadline or end date for migration in this case is October 31, This is the case, for example, for the United Kingdom. Other financial paper instruments based on rulebook 32 (bank bills, promissory notes,...) are not affected by SEPA. 4. What will happen if I'm not ready to send SEPA transactions on February 1? February 1, 2016 is the end date for exemptions in SEPA, and the most relevant are the mandatory migration of credit advances and direct debits drawn under rulebook 32, including paper ones, to SEPA direct debits (Core/COR1 o B2B). Therefore, from that date, the Spanish Clearing House will not process those domestic collection instruments with a SEPA equivalent. If you forsee to have difficulties in starting to operate with SEPA direct debits or mandatory formats in time, we recommend you contact your bank to check if they can offer you a solution. As a support in this change process, and if you don't complete your migration in time, BBVA will adapt your credit advances C58 files or those in plain text format before their execution to ensure that you can continue to operate while you complete your migration project. 5. Do I also need to use IBAN as account ID in domestic transactions? Yes, in this case you must also use the IBAN to identify the bank account. The IBAN, or International Bank Account Number, is the European standard to harmonize the univocal identification of accounts in all countries. In Spain it is formed by 24 characters: the first two identify the country code (ES), the following two are the check digits and the remaining 20 correspond to the Spanish Customer Account Code, or CCC. 4 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
5 migrating to SEPA direct debits 6. What advantage do SEPA COR1 direct debits have? What format do they have? COR1 is an optional service that allows issuers to submit SEPA Core direct debits to their banks up to one day before their due date (two days before in cross-border direct debits). There is also a single deadline that does not distinguish between one-off, recurring, first direct debits, which simplifies the process. The format used to issue COR1 direct debits is the SEPA Core direct debits format, including the following indication: If you use XML format: COR1 on the label <Cd> (CORE for standard presentation timelines) If you use the plain text format of the AEB 19.14: in the rulebook version field (remember the standard is 19143) Since it is an optional service for banks, both the debtor and creditor banks must be reachable for it to work and the direct debits to be collected. 7. Can I issue SEPA COR1 direct debits to any debtor bank? All banks that operate via the Spanish Clearing House (Iberpay) accept SEPA COR1 direct debits, meaning that the possibility of using this short submission cycle is guaranteed in domestic direct debits. In the case of cross-border SEPA direct debits with destination banks not operating via Iberpay, you need to check that the debtor bank offers this optional service. Therefore, before beginning this operation, we recommend checking that both your bank and that of the debtor are adhered. (2015 nov.) Banks operating through EBA and issuing COR1 direct debits 8. What SDD scheme should I use to send payments to businesses? If the debtor is a company, the issuer can use both the Core/COR1 and the B2B direct debit schemes. Remember that with SEPA B2B direct debits, the debtor renounces explicitly his refund right (eight weeks) for authorized transactions. Therefore, the creditor has a greater certainty of payment completion. Furthermore, B2B direct debits can be issued up to one day before their due date (EBA destination direct debits require an extra day). Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number Can I issue B2B direct debits to the self-employed? Yes, although the selfemployed are natural persons, they do operate with a commercial or business purpose. Therefore they do not have a consumer status. 5
6 migrating to SEPA direct debits 10. Can I use the same creditor ID with different financial institutions? Yes, to do so, you have to define the same business code for all your creditor banks. Our recommendation is to use the same creditor ID to standardize the mandates. Take into account that the creditor ID for SEPA direct debits is formed in the following way: ES ZZ XXX AAAAAAAAA where: ES: Spain ZZ: Check digits XXX: Business code AAAAAAAA: NIF [Tax ID No.] The check digits are calculated based on the NIF (tax ID No.) by using the mod algorithm. Find more information in the SDD rulebooks. For example: Spain 6 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
7 financing SEPA direct debits 11. Is there a specific format for financed SEPA direct debits? No, to issue financed SEPA Core/COR1 or B2B direct debits you need to use the SEPA direct debit formats, including the financing indication on the remittance header: If you use XML format: include the prefix FSDD in positions 1-4 of the message ID (<MsgId>) If you use plain text format: include the prefix PREFSDD in the first positions of the file ID This indicator has been agreed as a standard by the banking associations in Spain for XML format. 12. Can the same remittance contain financed and non-financed SEPA direct debits? No, the financing indication is informed on the remittance header in SEPA direct debit formats. Therefore, SEPA direct debits and financed SEPA direct debits have to be issued in different remittances. 14. Can I issue financed SEPA direct debits to an account in a non-euro country? Yes, provided that it is a SEPA country. SEPA includes countries that don't belong to the Eurozone (for example, United Kingdom, Norway...). Therefore, SEPA direct debits and financed SEPA direct debits can be sent in Euros to any of these countries. 13. Is it possible to discount crossborder direct debits? One advantage of SEPA direct debits that export companies should bear in mind is the ability to discount cross-border transactions within SEPA countries. Furthermore, all the bank rulebooks on SEPA credit transfers and SEPA direct debits allow domestic and cross-border transactions to be sent in the same file. 15. Can SEPA B2B direct debits be financed? Both Core/COR1 direct debits and B2B direct debits may be financed. To do so, use the corresponding format and add the financing indication in the positions defined in the Spanish banking rulebooks. Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
8 presentation/refund timelines 16. What is the presentation deadline for financed SEPA direct debits? Funded SEPA direct debits have the same presentation timelines as SEPA direct debits. They are as follows: 17. After February 1, 2016, how do I receive refunds of credit advances issued before this date? BBVA offers a due date recalculation service to avoid rejections, which automatically repairs the collection date of the remittance if it has a SDD order presented outside the stipulated deadline. Once you have migrated your direct debit operations to SEPA, you will receive the following separate files: Refunds of credit advances rulebook 58 Refunds of rulebook 32 bills SEPA direct debits rejections and refunds, in the new formats 18. What is the difference between refund deadlines for credit advances and for SEPA direct debits? The refund deadlines set forth by the Ley de Servicios de Pago (Payment Services Law, in effect since 2009) are: (*) Direct debit order with no mandate signed by the debtor In Spain, refund requests of authorized credit advance transactions are left at an acceptance process. This process doesn't exist for SEPA Core direct debits; they are directly charged to the issuer's account. 8 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
9 mandates 19. If I have the debtor s consent to collect credit advances, do I need to sign a new mandate with the debtor? If the creditor migrates to SDD Core, it is not necessary to request a new consent from the debtor, as the law gives validity to existing mandates in legacy schemes; that is, to the payee authorizations prior to the SEPA migration regulation. If that is the case, follow the migration rules defined by the AEB: Once you have migrated, the new mandates must be adapted to SEPA. In the case of B2B SDD, since it is a new scheme in which the debtor explicitly renounces his refund right for authorized transactions, the creditor must collect new mandates from his debtors. These must be authorized by the debtor bank before the first direct debit is charged to the account. This guarantees that the mandate exists and that the debtor has understood the SDD B2B process. 20. What is the risk of not having a physical signed mandate? As it happened with payee authorizations for credit advances, the mandate is the only document accepted in the interbank circuit as proof of authorization of an operation. If this document doesn't exist, the creditor bank will not be able to reject the debtor s refund request of a SDD via the interbank system after the eighth week (reason: "unauthorized transaction"). Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
10 mandates 21. C58 credit advances may not be domiciled. Do SEPA direct debits also have this option? From February 2016, customers must migrate their credit advances to SEPA direct debits (Core/COR1 or B2B) and these must be domiciled. That is, consent must be given by the debtor to the creditor before collecting direct debits. Therefore, the debtor IBAN must be informed on the direct debit. 22. What information should be included in the pre-notification? The pre-notification is a different document to the mandate, in which the creditor notifies the debtor the amount and due date of the direct debit. Unlike the mandate, it does not need to be a separate document; for example, an invoice can be a valid prenotification document. Notification must be given 14 days in advance, unless otherwise agreed between the parties. In the case of recurring direct debits with known amounts and due dates, a single pre-notification with information of all future collections can be given. In any case, take into account that the pre-notification is not part of the interbank scope. Did you know that...? on 20 November 2016, the SEPA direct debit scheme will be simplified? There will be just one presentation date for SEPA Core direct debits, regardless of their type (first, recurrent, one-off, etc.), and this is shorter. Domestic Core direct debits or those for banks who operate via Iberpay can be presented up to one day before the due date. Cross-border direct debits or those for banks that operate via EBA will require an additional day (D-2). It will no longer be necessary to specify the first SEPA direct debit collection with the sequence type first (FRST) before sending recurrent ones (RCUR). This is especially relevant if you send SDD to other countries, given that it is now common practice for foreign debtor banks to reject them if the sequence type isn't respected. 10 Ready, set... SEPA! - Quarterly bulletin Number
SEPA in Spain Useful links Spanish official SEPA website (in Spanish language) http://www.sepaesp.es/ National Central Bank of Spain www.bde.es/bde/en Official Migration Guide for the Spanish market Download
What does SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) mean for consumers? V 1.3 1 SEPA for consumers in a nutshell What is SEPA? SEPA = Single Euro Payments Area The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is the area where citizens,
HSBC Your Guide to SEPA Capitalising on the opportunities Executive Summary Developed by the European Payments Council, the Single Euro Payments Area or SEPA expands on the vision behind the Euro to establish
The SEPA Regulation May 2013* *This guidance was previously developed and published by Payments Council, which was replaced by a new trade association Payments UK - at the end of June 2015. To this end
SEPA - Frequently Asked Questions Contents SEPA Overview Questions... 2 What is SEPA?... 2 What is the aim of SEPA?... 3 Where did SEPA come from?... 3 What countries are included in SEPA?... 3 What currencies
Introduction This document provides an overview of all the country specific information you need to successfully implement your migration to SEPA in Switzerland. Intending to provide a global picture of
SEPA Creditors Guide SEPA Direct Debit Core Scheme Version 1.3 Final Page 1 of 38 Log of Revisions to the SDD Creditors Guide Version number Version1.1 Brief description of revision Comprehensive guide
SEPA domiciliation FAQ To see the FAQ about SEPA Direct Debit, click on the question to accede directly to our answers! 1. What is SEPA domiciliation (Sepa Direct Debit = SDD)? 2. What happens after 01/02/2014?
SEPA in Slovakia Useful links Slovak Central Bank www.nbs.sk/en/payment-systems/sepa SEPA Implementation Plan Download the PDF Slovak Banking Association www.sbaonline.sk/en Quick facts International Bank
SEPA Frequently Asked Questions Page 1 of 13 Contents General SEPA Questions... 4 What is SEPA?... 4 What is the aim of SEPA?... 4 What are the benefits of SEPA?... 4 What countries are included in SEPA?...
Implementing SEPA in Au s t r ia All you need to know for a successful SEPA migration Introduction This document gives you an overview of all the country specific information you need to implement successfully
SEPA Creditors Guide SEPA Direct Debit Core Scheme Version 1.4 Final Page 1 of 38 Log of Revisions to the SDD Creditors Guide Version number Version1.1 Brief description of revision Comprehensive guide
The SEPA Regulation Guidance May 2013* *This guidance was previously developed and published by Payments Council, which was replaced by a new trade association Payments UK - at the end of June 2015. To
EPC348-12 Version 2.1 Date issued: 06 November 2015 EPC Clarification Paper SEPA Credit Transfer and SEPA Direct Debit Abstract Document Reference This document addresses operational issues arising from
in Fr a nce Introduction This document provides an overview of all the country specific information you need to successfully implement your migration to SEPA in France. Intending to provide a global picture
FAQ wirecard technologies contents 1. BASICS... 3 2. Questions about the transition from national schemes to SEPA... 8 3. Questions about the SEPA Core direct debit (B2C)... 12 3.1 General... 12 3.2 Pre-Notification...
Contents Introduction... 2 Setup Credit Transfer... 3 Export the xml stylesheet for the payment format from AOT... 3 Setup a batch job to generate SEPA files... 4 Setup Outbound ports for electronic payments...
Action plan for migration to SEPA direct debits and credit transfers in Spain December 2012 Introduction Although various years have passed since the introduction of the new SEPA payment instruments, their
Doc: EPC029-06 (Version 2.2) 13 December2006 OITS SG SEPA DATA MODEL Abstract Document Reference Issue This document sets out the SEPA Data Model which is referred to in the SEPA Credit Transfer and Direct
SEPA Changes in the Payment System Implementation of the European SEPA Regulations for Kuna and Euro Payments SEPA The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) stands for a European Union (EU) payments integration
SEPA Country Guide Belgium Implementing SEPA in Belgiu m All you need to know for a successful SEPA migration Introduction This document provides an overview of all the country specific information you
SEPA in Italy Useful links Associazione Bancaria Italiana SEPA (in Italian) http://sepa.abi.it Consorzio CBI SEPA (in English) http://www.cbi-org.eu Quick facts International Bank Account Number (IBAN)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SEPA 1. What does SEPA mean? SEPA stands for Single Euro Payments Area. 2. What countries are part of SEPA? The SEPA includes 31 countries: the 27 EU members plus Norway,
EPC173-14 Version 2.0 Date issued:16 April 2015 Guidance on reason codes for SDD R-transs 1. SDD R-TRANSACTION DEFINITION The content of this document applies to the SEPA Direct Debit Core Scheme Rulebook
SEPA in Netherlands Useful links Information campaign, by National Forum on SEPA migration www.overopiban.nl IBAN-Acceptgiro information www.acceptgiro.nl/ IBAN BIC conversion service www.ibanbicservice.nl
Terms and Conditions for Direct Debit Collection. Version as of 3 February 2015 Landesbank Baden-Württemberg - 1 - As at 10/13 Contents Terms and Conditions for Direct Debit Collection Collection Authorization
EUROPEAN DIRECT DEBIT ING Luxembourg s SEPA Direct Debit European Direct Debit 1 EUROPEAN DIRECT DEBIT OR SEPA DIRECT DEBIT 3 Introduction to the European direct debit 3 Which countries are part of SEPA?
THE SINGLE EURO PAYMENTS AREA (SEPA) AN INTEGRATED RETAIL PAYMENTS MARKET Contents Foreword 3 Introduction 4 1. Creating SEPA 5 Overview of SEPA 5 Stakeholders 5 Why SEPA? 6 What has been achieved so far?
BNP Paribas SEPA Newsletter Issue September 2013 SEPA LOCAL PRACTICES AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES* SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) aims to harmonise formats and processes for euro payments across every
Terms and Conditions for SEPA Direct Debit Collection Service, Great Britain These Special Terms and Conditions for SEPA Direct Debit collection service, Great Britain (the Special Terms and Conditions
SEPA (ISO 20022 XML) credit transfer payments This white paper describes the functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX that supports the standard Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) credit transfer (ISO 20022
Version 2.0 - September 2009 How to get your Company ready for Information for BUSINESS All you need to know about SEPA EPC brochures* Making SEPA a Reality the definitive Guide to the Single Euro Payments
SEPA Direct Debit Initiation Customer-to-Bank Implementation Guidelines for the Netherlands CORE and Business-to-Business Implementation Guidelines Disclaimer These guidelines may be subject to changes.
ERP SEPA readiness checklist version July 2013 www.ingsepa.com Financial Supply Chain SEPA This list contains 11 questions to determine the level of SEPA-readiness of an ERP 1. The first 3 questions deal
Financial Supply Chain SEPA Migration of mandates based on NBB file version July 2013 www.ingsepa.com Background 1 Acquisition 1 Formats 1 DOM80 migration 2 Processing of the NBB migration file 2 SDD Mandate
SEPA Direct Debit Implementation Guide Version 1.7 DANSKE BANK Table of contents 1 Change log... 3 2 Purpose of this document... 4 2.1 Target groups... 4 2.2 Help... 4 3 Introduction to SEPA Direct Debit...
1 2 3 The aim of the SEPA is to standardize non-cash payments between the participating countries so that there is no longer any difference between domestic and foreign transfers for bank customers. The
A Steria Report SEPA: will European businesses be ready for the transformation? Prepared in collaboration with è www.steria.com 02 SEPA : will European businesses be ready for the transformation? è www.steria.com
Endorsed by: SEPA GUIDANCE PRACTICAL GUIDANCE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATION (EU) N O 260/2012 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 14 MARCH 2012 ESTABLISHING TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COLLECTION SERVICE SEPA DIRECT DEBIT Danske Bank A/S. CVR no. 61 12 62 28 - København This brochure sets out the terms and conditions for the creation of all of your SEPA Direct
SEPA Credit Transfer Terms and Conditions MARCH 2014 ABOUT US Silicon Valley Bank is registered at Companies House with company number FC029579 and with UK Establishment Registration number BR014561. Our
SEPA Credit Transfer Readiness Checklist This document is published by Bank of Ireland, and both it, and its contents, are the property of Bank of Ireland. This document may not be reproduced or further
Schedule of International Transaction s This document contains important information. Please read carefully and retain for future reference. June 2014 Contents Bureau de Change page 2 Card Transactions
www.europeanpaymentscouncil.eu Roadmap for the Single Euro Payments Area Status and progress Gerard Hartsink Chair - European Payments Council Raad Nederlandse Detailhandel Utrecht, 28 augustus 2009 Agenda
Since 1 st February 2014, SEPA became a reality and succeeded in harmonising the European payment landscape. However, in order to support strong local market practices, some local flavours remain applicable
SEPA Direct Debit Initiation Customer-to-Bank Implementation Guidelines for The Netherlands CORE and Business-to-Business Implementation Guidelines Disclaimer These guidelines may be subject to changes.
SEPA DIRECT DEBIT THE EUROPEAN DIRECT DEBIT CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 THE EUROPEAN DIRECT DEBIT SCHEME (SEPA DIRECT DEBIT) 4 THE EUROPEAN DIRECT DEBIT MANDATE 6 «CORE» & «B2B»: TWO DIFFERENT EUROPEAN 7 DIRECT
SEPA 2.0: Opportunities and challenges after the end-date by Luca Poletto, BNP Paribas Five years after the go-live date of the first Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) instrument, we are in the last sprint
SEPA and the Changing European Payments Landscape finance.arvato.com SEPA is Coming As you probably know by now, SEPA is coming, and it s coming soon. If you do business in the Eurozone, chances are your
EPC222-07 Version 6.2 Date issued: 03 March 2016 Date effective: 01 April 2016 SEPA BUSINESS TO BUSINESS DIRECT DEBIT SCHEME RULEBOOK Conseil Européen des Paiements AISBL Cours Saint-Michel 30 B 1040 Brussels
Doc: EPC130-08 30 November 2012 (Version 7.0 Approved) EPC SEPA CORE DIRECT DEBIT SCHEME CUSTOMER-TO-BANK IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES Abstract Document Reference Issue This document sets out the rules for
SEPA Mandate Guide Contents 1.0 The purpose of this document 2 2.0 Why mandates are required 2 2.1 When a new mandate is required 2 2.2 Cancellation of a mandate 2 2.3 When to amend a mandate 2 3.0 Mandate
Since 1st February 2014, SEPA became a reality and succeeded in harmonising the European payment landscape. However, in order to support strong local market practices, some local flavours remain applicable
EPC016-06 Version 7.1 Approved Date issued: 27 January 2014 Date effective: 1 February 2014 SEPA CORE DIRECT DEBIT SCHEME RULEBOOK Conseil Européen des Paiements AISBL Cours Saint-Michel 30A B 1040 Brussels
Consumer Payment Services Information Sheet Contents: 1. Security 2. Direct debits 3. Business days 4. Limits 5. Fees and charges 6. Exchange rates 7. Current account interest 8. Value date 9. Addressing
BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONALS ACCOUNT AGREEMENT General terms and conditions ASK MORE OF YOUR BANK C O N T E N T S PART I CURRENT ACCOUNTS 1 - OPENING THE ACCOUNT..................................................
Version 5.0 - February 2014 for CONSUMERS Information on the SINGLE EURO PAYMENTS AREA All you need to know about SEPA EPC Shortcut Series* Shortcut to SEPA Shortcut to the SEPA Direct Debit Schemes Shortcut
Wat is SEPA? Rik Marselis 17 oktober 2007 LogicaCMG 2007. All rights reserved Even voorstellen: Rik Marselis Senior Test Adviseur o.a. bij European Payments Council Penningmeester van Belgium & Netherlands
365 Phone, Online and Mobile Banking Terms and Conditions - Republic of Ireland Effective from 25 th November 2013 1.0 Definitions of Terms used in this Document 2.0 Accounts 3.0 Mandates 4.0 SEPA Transfers
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR OUTGOING AND INCOMING CURRENCY PAYMENTS These general terms and conditions for currency payments have been drawn up by Danske Bank A/S, Helsinki Branch based on the drafted
EPC222-07 Version 5.0 Approved Date issued: 30 November 2012 Date effective: 1 February 2014 SEPA BUSINESS TO BUSINESS DIRECT DEBIT SCHEME RULEBOOK Conseil Européen des Paiements AISBL Cours Saint-Michel
NATIONAL SEPA MIGRATION PLAN 17 th February 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 PREFACE 6 CHAPTER 2 FRAMEWORK FOR THE SEPA MIGRATION PLAN 7 2.1 Summary of the European SEPA Regulation 7 2.2 Points of departure
corporate payment charges 2015 Payment products Accounts Business account 5.50 per account per month Third Party account 5.50 per account per month Foreign Currency account 5.50 per account per month Business
Form Payments statistics (formerly form-9006) General The report contains data on payments, specifically payments between consumers, businesses and the government. As of July 2014, this report implements
De Format Description SWIFT MT103 Single Customer Credit Transfer COLOPHON Title Format Description SWIFT MT103 Version, date 1.3, June 2015 On behalf of Contact address Corporate Client Channels Rabobank
Information concerning Terms and Conditions of Provision of Payment Services by Citibank Europe plc, pobočka zahraničnej banky I. Introductory Provisions 1. This Information concerning Terms and Conditions
: Services of Deutsche Bundesbank Department Payments and System Page 2 Processing of retail payments: Services offered by the Deutsche Bundesbank The Deutsche Bundesbank offers its bank and nonbank customers
X Changes in fund transfers from 1 July 2003 What do these changes mean for you? SWE FI Countries in the European Union (EU) The new Directive applies to all countries in the IR UK NL DK European Union,
Explanatory notes VAT invoicing rules (Council Directive 2010/45/EU) Why explanatory notes? Explanatory notes aim at providing a better understanding of legislation adopted at EU level and in this case
BANKING COMMITTEE FOR THE STANDARDISATION AND APPLICATION OF IBAN HANDBOOK FOR THE STANDARDISATION AND APPLICATION OF Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN) And International Bank Account Number (IBAN) IN CYPRUS
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, 9.1.2014 COM(2013) 937 final 2013/0449 (COD) Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL amending Regulation (EU) N 260/2012 as regards the migration
SEPA, Page 1 of 8 International transfers are not always easy to understand. We re here to help you. International payments. SEPA, Page 2 of 8 The idea of a single European payments area. SEPA the concept.
SEPA What should you be thinking about? The Single European Payments Area - you re steadily seeing talk of it everywhere. The new financial structure for banking in the Eurozone will mean changes for every
Intraday credit transfer: Frequently Asked Questions and Definitions Bank customers enjoy significant advantages Following 1 July 2012 the execution time of domestic HUF credit transfers will be one business
Banks Preparing for PSD A Guide for Bankers on the Payment Services Directive Version 1.1, November 2008 About the Euro Banking Association (EBA) The Euro Banking Association (EBA) is a forum for the European
Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking September 2013 The Ultimate Guide to SEPA Migration Update: Finalise your preparations now! 2 Introduction SEPA, the Single Euro Payments Area, has been a reality