Central Banking

Sepa project must be extended

The scope of the Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) project must be extended to include standardisation in the field of value-added services, such as e-invoicing, a new paper from the National Bank of Denmark states.

The research finds value-added services bring time and cost-savings for all participants. The analysis shows that an enhanced Sepa layer including value-added services may be reached by developing a framework for e-invoicing.

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