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The European Payments Council (EPC), an international not-for-profit association, representing payment service providers, supports and promotes European payments integration and development, notably the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). The primary task of the EPC is to manage the SEPA Credit Transfer and Direct Debit schemes in close dialogue with all stakeholders.

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The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from across Europe. The federation is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere. 

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The Czech Banking Association is a voluntary association of banks and building societies operating on the Czech market representing more than 99 % of the Czech banking sector. Czech banking association has been supporting the development of the Czech banking sector, entire economy and the financial literacy of Czechs since 1990.

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The Hungarian Banking Association is the professional advocacy body of the Hungarian banking sector, coordinating and highlighting the views of the banking community. Currently its members are representing the 100 % of the banking sector. The HBA was founded in 1989.

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The Romanian Association of Banks (RAB) is one of the strongest professional associations in Romania which represents the entire banking market - made up of 32 banks active as Romanian or foreign legal persons in the financial sector - and which expanded by including other 9 affiliate members and non-bank companies.

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Economic Interest Group Croatian Banking Association (EIG CBA) was founded in 1999 by Croatian banks as a trade association, with the main goal to protect and promote their values and interests through the power of joint action. Today, Croatian Banking Association (GIU HUB) brings together 18 leading Croatian banks that make up more than 98 percent of the total assets of all Croatian banks

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Association of Serbian Banks - A Century-Long Support to the Banking Sector

Since its founding in 1921, the Association of Serbian Banks has been representing, protecting and promoting the activities of its members and coordinating banking practices by means of implementing general rules and principles of professional work and good business practices. 

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Banks Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BABiH) is a non-government and a non-profit organisation established to create a representative, professional organization to advocate interests of its members before authorities and institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.