I asked yesterday if anyone was
'bothered' by ongoing march of Sepa. Well one of you was.
Emmanuel Léchère of the Market Intelligence Group at Paris-based institutional investor, bfinance International, called me up yesterday to say he thought I had the dates reversed in regards to an end-date for Sepa Direct Debit and Sepa Credit Transfers.
I had initially put together this poll with SDD ending at a possible 2013 and SCT on 2015.
My source for these dates?
Well, the June update from the Sepa Council, which I wrote about here at Finextra. Which as everyone can see, and Emmanuel pointed out, the Sepa Council predicted SCT for 2013 and SDD for 2015.
(New lesson - It is always a good plan to reread stories you actually wrote, before putting together polls)
You can still take the mini-poll here, now with more accurate dates.
(please bear in mind that no end-date for Sepa has been established, so, who knows, SDD may indeed come in at 2013)
So, Emmanuel, a Finextra piggy bank in in the mail on its way to you.
As for the rest of you, should I have added a 'don't care' button after the 'don't know'?