SEPA Newsletter Archive

Our 17th SEPA newsletter outlines the latest SEPA news:

Transition period for SEPA migration end date: In its statement of January 22, 2014 the German SEPA Council (SEPA-Rat) has confirmed that electronic payments in the existing legacy format can still be accepted after the SEPA migration end date of February 1. This exclusively relates to credit transfers and direct debits under the collection authorization procedure (Einzugsermächtigungsverfahren), but not to direct debits under the debit order procedure (Abbuchungsauftragsverfahren).

Deutsche Bank will continue to accept and process electronically submitted credit transfers and direct debits in their legacy format in all its booking locations. The legal basis for the processing of those payments will be the existing terms and conditions that are in place until January 31, 2014.

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Date  Newsletter  
Jan 2014  Cash Management Newsletter No. 17  pdf 
Jul 2013  Cash Management Newsletter No. 16  pdf 
Apr 2012  Cash Management Newsletter No. 15  pdf 
Jan 2012  Cash Management Newsletter No. 14  pdf
Dec 2010  Cash Management Newsletter No. 13    pdf 
Jun 2010  Cash Management Newsletter No. 12   pdf 
Oct 2010  Cash Management Newsletter No. 11   pdf 
Jun 2009  Cash Management Newsletter No. 10  pdf 
May 2009  Cash Management Newsletter No. 9  pdf 
Jan 2009  Cash Management Newsletter No. 8  pdf 
Jul 2008  Cash Management Newsletter No. 7  pdf 
Jan 2008  Cash Management Newsletter No. 6  pdf 
Jul 2007  Cash Management Newsletter No. 5  pdf 
Apr 2007  Cash Management Newsletter No. 4  pdf 
Sep 2006  Cash Management Newsletter No. 3  pdf 
Feb 2006  Cash Management Newsletter No. 2  pdf 
Oct 2005  Cash Management Newsletter No. 1  pdf 

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