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European Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Electronic Invoicing (E02650)
Group which operates on a permanent basis
Policy Area:
Internal Market
Lead DG:
GROW - DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
Formal, Temporary
The group’s main task will be to monitor the uptake of e-invoicing and to help to develop the e-invoicing market across the Member States. a) to assist the Commission in the monitoring of the development of the e-invoicing market and the e-invoicing adoption level in industry and services sectors across the Member States b) to bring about an exchange of experience and good practice that facilitates the emergence of inter-operable e-invoicing solutions c) to point out problems encountered in particular as regards cross-border transactions and propose appropriate solutions d) to support and monitor work leading to the adoption of a e-invoice standard data model. The Commission may consult the group on any matter relating to: a) Other legislative initiatives that should be taken at Union level to address remaining barriers for the uptake of e-invoicing. b) Business processes in the financial supply chain that could facilitate the roll-out of e-invoicing, in particular in the field of payments and the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). c) National and European actions supporting the adoption of e-invoicing, in part
Assist the Commission in the preparation of legislation or in policy definition
Coordinates with Member States, exchange of views
Monitors the development of national policies and the enforcement of EU legislation by national authorities
Association (Finance, Consumer affairs, Industry, Other (Standardization, Electronic Invoicing, (e-Invoicing))), EU body (Fundamental rights), International organization (Other (E-Invoicing)), Financial Institution (Banking, Other (E-Invoicing))
Publication in RegExp:
08 Jun 2011
Creating Act:
Commission Decision of 2 December 2010 (C(2010)8467). Renewed by Article 5 of the Commission Decision of 25 June 2014 (C(2014)4142).
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Last updated:
09 Jan 2015
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