Jim Volkwein, Deutsche BankWith the August 1st migration end-date for the single euro payments area (SEPA) credit transfer and SEPA direct debit behind us, there are new opportunities ahead for corporates to improve their payments structure in Europe and at a global level. Companies can achieve the benefits that SEPA originally promised and more both within and beyond the Eurozone. This creates new opportunities for automation, standardization and centralization along with payments systems' innovation for both corporates and banks.


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