On 15 November, EPIF held its 7th Annual Conference "Making the seamless payments experience a reality". The Conference brought together over 250 policy-makers and industry participants who shared their views on the European payments sector, the comprehensive legislative agenda for the upcoming year and expectations for future developments in the payments space. Please find below [...]
EPIF welcomes the proposal by the European Commission on instant credit transfers in euros. This proposal is an essential element of the EU’s Retail Payments Strategy and EPIF members have always supported the efforts by the European Commission to foster pan-European initiatives. New initiatives based on instant payments will increase competition in the Single Market [...]
Please find here the summary report of EPIF 6th Annual Conference that took place on 16 and 17 November 2021.
Please find here the summary report of EPIF 5th Annual Conference that took place on 18 and 19 November 2020.
The European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF), at its Annual General Meeting on 23 June 2020, re-elected Elie Beyrouthy of American Express as Chair of the Board for a further three years. The election was unanimous. Reacting to his appointment, Elie Beyrouthy said: “EPIF continues to go from strength to strength demonstrating thought leadership across a [...]
The European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) is delighted to share with you a second joint industry letter that we have prepared on SCA Implementation and the need for an additional testing period of at least six months. The signatories to this letter took part in a number of technical workshops in the recent months to [...]
EPIF is glad to share with you a joint industry letter that was sent to the EBA and the Commission requesting a delay on SCA due to COVID- 19. This letter has been co-signed by: Ecommerce Europe EuroCommerce European Payment Services for Merchants (EPSM) European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) European Hotel Forum (EHF) EU Travel [...]
The European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) has co-signed a cross-industry letter to the European Commission calling for an extension to the deadline of an important ongoing public consultation on VAT-relevant payment data, owing to the exceptional circumstances presented by the COVID-19 crisis. Please find the letter at the link below.
Please find below the letter that EPIF send to the Commission and EBA requesting to delay the implementation of some the provisions of the Cross-Border and Currency Conversion Fee Regulation that are doe to apply from April 19 2020.
The European Payment Institutions Federation takes note of the adoption today by the ECOFIN Council of the proposal on VAT-related information reporting requirements imposed on Payment Service Providers. Throughout the legislative process we have consistently raised concerns about the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposal. We have presented our own pragmatic amendments to these proposals [...]