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Matthias Haberkorn
Matthias has more than 15 years project management and payments expertise. After 5 years working at IDS Scheer AG as project manager amongst others for the banking sector he joint Dresdner Bank in Luxembourg as senior architect. Thereafter, he joined 2003 Transaktionsinstitut für Zahlungsverkehrsdienstleistungen AG (TAI), the predecessor of Equens. In his role of senior project manager he gained extensive experiences in the payments area. During the last years he headed the entire introduction of SEPA in Equens as SEPA Payments Program Manager.

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‘German businesses are attached to short payment cycles’ (part 2)

In an earlier blog post, Jochen Metzger, head of the payments and settlement systems department at Deutsche Bundesbank, was asked about the process of the SEPA integration in Deutschland. In this blog post he explains more about the stage of integration Germany is in nowadays. Is SEPA a hot media topic in your country? It’s […]

‘German businesses are attached to short payment cycles’ (part 1)

As Europe’s largest economy Germany is used to being watched closely. The same goes for the preparations for SEPA. How is Germany coming along?  What issues are there and what do we need to know about specific rules and exceptions in their payments market? An interview with Jochen Metzger, head of the payments and settlement systems […]