EESPA undertakes research and makes recommendations through its Public Policy and Compliance Working Group, which is open to all members on a voluntary basis. It engages with stakeholder forums and EU decision-makers in relation to public policy areas and compliance issues to promote good practice and optimal solutions.
Compliance is defined as those activities undertaken by service providers and their clients to ensure compliance with laws and regulations impacting invoicing and related processes.
EESPA’s Summary of Policy Positions v 11.0 (25 November 2021)
- EESPA’s concerns about the proliferation of additional requirements on e-invoicing at Member State level (June 2016)
- Graphical representation of common CTC models and accompanying legend (to be published)
- ICC Practice Principles for implementation of Continuous Transaction Controls
- Market Letter: Covid-19