Join us for an engaging and informative webinar that delves into the world of the SEPA Instant Mandate and its impact on Europe's payment ecosystem. During this session, our expert panel will discuss the innovative economic models banks are exploring to account for the lowering prices of instant transfers, including value-added services and payment flow efficiencies. They will also address the market changes introduced by the mandate, such as the acceleration of service adoption and the impact on existing SEPA Instant providers.
The webinar will explore the challenges and considerations surrounding sanction screening and the necessity for daily account list screenings and IBAN name checks. Finally, we'll examine the future of Request for Pay in Europe, discussing the potential adoption of a European CoP or R2P implementation and the lessons learned from leading markets. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the SEPA Instant Mandate and its far-reaching implications for the European payment landscape.
The key take-aways
With the mandate effectively lowering the price of instant transfers. What ways are banks exploring new economic models to account for this? Value added services, efficiencies within the payments flow itself.
How will the levelling of the playing field impact those existing banks that already provide this service? Any obstacles still seen in its adoption?
How are those existing SEPA instant providers setting themselves up for potential increases in SEPA instant volumes?
What are some of the issues and considerations around the necessity to perform daily screening on account lists and IBAN name checks?
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