Taulia joins the Executive Board of EESPA

July 20, 2017 Amy Baird


Taulia is committed to both working capital and e-invoicing businesses and sees value on active engagement at the European E-invoicing Service Providers Association (EESPA).

There have been continued changes to fiscal policy legislation associated to the handling of VAT documents (invoices, credit/debit notes) in Europe and elsewhere, impacting corporations and economies all sizes. It has proved important to be aligned as an industry to deploy cohesive digital solutions, using standards at industry level. EESPA offers an open forum to e-invoicing networks, business outsourcing and financial technology service providers, for dialogue and a collaborative framework for interoperability.

In summary EESPA provides the following services for its 70 members:

  • Representing the industry, engaging in the public policy debate
  • Recommending best practice within appropriate European forums
  • Promoting interoperability and the creation of an interoperable eco-system
  • Advocating and supporting the wide adoption of e-invoicing and its benefits

Magaly Charlier, Director of Global Product Compliance, has represented Taulia at EESPA since October 2015 and on 1st June 2017, she was appointed to the EESPA Executive Board.  Magaly has in excess of 20 years of experience in the fields of corporate payments and ecommerce; having worked in cash management, trade finance, e-invoicing and working capital management.  Prior to joining Taulia, Magaly worked for 14 years at JPMorgan London in product management roles and prior to that at UK Payments (formerly APACS), as a consultant on payments and ecommerce.
By joining EESPA, Taulia wants to express its continued effort to building solutions that are suited to the digital age and in collaboration with its peers, customers and governments, seeking to foster a digital ecosystem with coherent rules and best practices.
We are very much looking forward to this continued partnership!

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