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SEPA saves billions for banks and businesses

In light of the postponement of the SEPA deadline and the required amendments to the systems, the costs of SEPA have been an important focus lately. However, a recent report written by PwC’s Corporate Treasury Services offers an alternative. According to the results of their research SEPA is able to reduce annual costs by 21.9 […]

PwC: ‘Debating the rationale of SEPA is no longer opportune’

One in three organisations runs the risk of being too late with its preparations for SEPA. This is one of the key findings of a current research by PwC. “It worries us that almost half of the surveyed organisations claim not having a ‘plan B’ in place,” said to Bas Rebel, Senior Director at PwC […]

Ireland struggles with SEPA

One third of Chief Financial Officers in Ireland is struggling with SEPA. That’s the outcome of a PwC survey in June 2013 with over 140 Irish CFOs. John Perry, the Irish Minister of Small Business, is also cautious about SEPA. He is quoted in the article “SMEs need to start SEPA preparations now” on the […]