For several years, Treasury & Risk has covered the impending Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). We’ve explained the technical details of how systems need to change to accommodate SEPA credit transfers and SEPA direct debits. We’ve discussed ways in which some companies are leveraging their compliance efforts to improve payment processes across Europe and beyond. We covered fears last fall that businesses would be unprepared to comply by the February 1, 2014 deadline. And then, of course, we covered the extension of the deadline to August of this year.
Cross-border revolving credit facilities, derivatives among the agreements that could be affected.
Canada and Mexico reject the U.S. hard line.
Under a proposed policy change approved Jan. 11 by the State Bar of Texas Executive Committee, the bar’s board would decide whether to uphold executive director decisions to withhold bar records requested by officers or directors of the organization.
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