General information about SEPA

The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a payment-integration initiative of the European Union for simplification of bank transfers denominated in euro.

SEPA allows for transactions to be carried out in Euros (EUR) between countries in the SEPA-zone. SEPA is fast, reliable, and cheap for clients to use that are located in the SEPA-zone and/or have access to bank accounts within the SEPA-zone.

SEPA consists of 34 countries: the 28 member states of the European Union, the four member states of the European Free Trade Association (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland), Monaco, and San Marino.

Country Access to SEPA
Austria ✔︎
Belgium ✔︎
Bulgaria ✔︎
Croatia ✔︎
Cyprus ✔︎
The Czech Republic ✔︎
Denmark ✔︎
Estonia ✔︎
Finland ✔︎
France ✔︎
Germany ✔︎
Greece ✔︎
Hungary ✔︎
Iceland ✔︎
Ireland ✔︎
Italy ✔︎
Latvia ✔︎
Liechenstein ✔︎
Lithuania ✔︎
Luxembourg ✔︎
Malta ✔︎
Monaco ✔︎
Norway ✔︎
Netherlands ✔︎
Poland ✔︎
Portugal ✔︎
Romania ✔︎
San Marino ✔︎
Slovakia ✔︎
Slovenia ✔︎
Spain ✔︎
Sweden ✔︎
United Kingdom ✔︎


All parts of a country are normally part of SEPA, but some countries have special territories which are not part of SEPA. 

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