It's really poor that Sabadell London does not even hold the SEPA rules to transfer within 24 hours.
I received a confirmation yesterday 13:24 "Your funds are on their way"
But I didn't get my money today - but of course they charged fees.
That's not only violating standards, it's also violating rules (Payment Service Directive since January 2012) which can be understood as laws.
"SEPA** Payments – The SEPA payment cycle will be enhanced to be PSD compliant and migrate from a D+2http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_MEMO-08-51_en.htm?locale=en
payment cycle to a D+1 payment cycle."
My bank is booking immediately until 8 p.m., the fastest transfer between different banks was 25 minutes, usually SEPA lasts about 2 to 12 hours.
That was never a problem with Barclays.
As they are not even able to hold EU rules also effective in GB and Spain, I expect at least the fees for this opposite of service refunded.
@Darwinex: fees should be listed when you select the transfer and are not listed, only the additional fees for instant transfer are listed.
The last impression is the one which will stay longest ..