On October 12th, I will be hosting a press conference to release the results of our European Payments Survey 2010.
Last year’s survey’s headline was that 58% of survey respondents say that the PSD is being transposed inconsistently and 63% state that this is because of different interpretations at the country level, amongst many issues raised.
A year later, the situation has not changed a great deal, as the majority of this year’s survey respondents clearly state that the PSD and SEPA are not working … yet.
The results will be released in full on 12th, but one thing that has come to light is that there is a big difference this year in the views of the banks and the general respondents.
Bankers do not believe the European Union will survive in the long term, whereas general respondents think it will.
What do you think?
You have SEVEN days left to vote in our 2010 survey, which closes on September 30th.
Click here to take the survey.
Click here if you want an invite to the October 12th press conference.
Click here if you want a copy of the survey results.
If you can make it to join me for the meeting – it'll be from 16:30 to 18:00 on 12th October – then you also get a free seat at the Financial Services Club that follows with Giles Andrews, Chief Executive of Zopa, discussing the five year road to success that Zopa has followed.
More details can be found at the fsclub.co.uk.