Société Générale (SocGen) said that it continues to support its current and prospective customers through migration to the single euro payments area (SEPA) by providing a dedicated educational and informative website: sepa.societegenerale.com.
“This change concerns every business that carries out credit transfers and/or direct debits in euros within the SEPA zone,” says SocGen. “The aim of this new website is to increase awareness amongst economic players of the need to migrate by 1 February 2014.”
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