Global payments specialists Direct Debit Limited has announced plans to expand into Europe from its UK base. The company has plans to open a research and development facility in Kosova and establish a single euro payments area (SEPA) training academy in Hungary.
This year, the company created a SEPA scheme training course for organisations that want to conduct cross-border transactions. Building on the SEPA course, Direct Debit Ltd revealed its plans to establish a SEPA training academy in Hungary. The company’s European payments experts will deliver the course and offer consultancy on European payments projects.
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