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7th SEPA Progress Report: Migration continues but requires realistic but ambitious regulatory end dates

The European Central Bank (ECB) has today published the 7th Progress Report on the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). SEPA enables customers to make cashless euro payments to anyone located anywhere in Europe, using a single payment account and a single set of payment instruments. Currently, 32 European countries are participating in SEPA, more than 4,400 banks have joined the SEPA credit transfer scheme, and more than 3,000 banks have signed up for the SEPA direct debit scheme. Hence, much has been achieved in implementing SEPA. However, further action by European legislators is needed for SEPA to be completed successfully. In this respect, a mandatory timeline for the migration to SEPA payment instruments will significantly accelerate the pace of transition, enabling SEPA to be completed,...
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