22 July 2017
Download the paper now.

Irish bank community selects Sentenial to run Sepa conversion service

27 September 2012  |  6146 views  |  0 Sepa

Sepa specialist Sentenial has won a deal with the Irish banking community to provide a BIC and Iban conversion service for corporate customers.

The migration deadline for Sepa credit transfers and direct debits is less than 18 months away, meaning that Irish customers need to convert their existing Bban information to the Sepa required standards: BIC and Iban.

The Irish Payment Services Organisation has now picked Sentenial to provide a service to make this happen.

Sean Fitzgerald, CEO, Sentenial, says: "Now that the mandatory deadline for migration to Sepa has been set, it is vital for all corporates to begin evaluating their readiness for Sepa. If approached correctly, Sepa can offer many organisations key business opportunities and a platform for European expansion."
KeywordsSEPA

Comments: (0)

Comment on this story (membership required)

Finextra news in your inbox

For Finextra's free daily newsletter, breaking news flashes and weekly jobs board: sign up now

Related stories

Banks see corporates as key to Sepa success

Banks see corporates as key to Sepa success

14 May 2012  |  7543 views  |  0 comments
MEPs vote for 2014 Sepa deadline

MEPs vote for 2014 Sepa deadline

14 February 2012  |  10719 views  |  2 comments
"There is no 'Sepa governance issue'" - EPC hits out at Brussel lobbyists

"There is no 'Sepa governance issue'" - EPC hits out at Brussel lobbyists

03 November 2011  |  8250 views  |  0 comments
VocaLink ditches Sepa services

VocaLink ditches Sepa services

22 August 2011  |  17256 views  |  4 comments
Sentenial to invest in recruitment as payments business kicks off

Sentenial to invest in recruitment as payments business kicks off

05 December 2008  |  6863 views  |  2 comments

Related company news

 

Related company information

Sentenial

Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)
visit www.worldpaymentsreport.comvisit www.finastra.comvisit www.niceactimize.com

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
German fintech factory FinLeap raises EUR39 millionGerman fintech factory FinLeap raises EUR3...
13558 views comments | 19 tweets | 15 linkedin
Mastercard to buy AI outfit BrighterionMastercard to buy AI outfit Brighterion
9768 views comments | 14 tweets | 20 linkedin
Barclays rides payments-as-a-service wave with investment in Form3Barclays rides payments-as-a-service wave...
8752 views comments | 16 tweets | 12 linkedin
hands typing furiouslyThe Digital Trade Chain: the blockchain tr...
8322 views 0 | 8 tweets | 16 linkedin
Mastercard and Scotiabank join Enterprise Ethereum AllianceMastercard and Scotiabank join Enterprise...
7267 views comments | 25 tweets | 15 linkedin

Featured job

Competitive
London, UK (or flexible)

Find your next job