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SEPA

abbreviation for Scottish Environmental Protection Agency. See ENVIRONMENTAL LAW.
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Terry A'Hearn, SEPA chief executive, said:"We have all seen the devastating impact flooding can have on individuals, businesses and communities, requiring a co-ordinated response with many partner organisations.
Our membership of the SEPA is really important to our banking sector and their customers.
It should be noted that just as the EIA was demanded from Voice FM, SEPA also wrote a letter to Premier Lotto, owned by a prominent PDP leader from Ogun State, demanding for the EIA on its communication mast.
DG SEPA has further said that similar action is also being taken for rest of the districts of Karachi to make them ensure the compliance of environmental laws with regard to solid waste management more particularly.
Hunterston B immediately informed SEPA and conducted a thorough investigation and we have identified some improvements to our procedures which will stop it from happening again.
With SEPA Direct Debit, banks will not be allowed to make any deductions from the amount being transferred, leading to reduced cross-border prices for bank transfer payments.
T&R: Has SEPA had an impact on reconciliations for multinational companies?
Without a doubt, SEPA offers treasurers a major opportunity to examine their treasury and banking technology -- including reviewing group-wide treasury and banking software -- in order to consider upgrading systems and processes.
According to ECB, over 2 billion credit transfers and direct debits in new standardised formats are expected to pass through SEPA each month.
The original deadline for completing SEPA migration throughout the eurozone was 1 February 2014.
For companies with high volumes of debiting authorisations, SEPA poses an especially large challenge.
The Volante SEPA Accelerator delivers support for all SEPA message standards and aims to help financial institutions and corporates address the challenges associated with the mandatory adoption of SEPA for SCT (credit transfers) and SDD (direct debits).