SEPA bank-client standard available

January 19, 2009  |  Uncategorized
 
The Dutch banks have composed a standard message for the customer initiation of a European bank transfer. This allows business and IT customers and / or ERP providers to a set up a generic and correct SCT UNIFI / XML message supported by the Dutch banks.

Read the ‘SEPA Credit Transfer XML customer-to-bank Implementation Guidelines for the Netherlands’

The initiating group ‘SEPA Migration NL’ have also come up with the Dutch Implementation Guidelines set to create a ‘level playing field’ for their corporate customers and software vendors active in SEPA.

The Dutch Association of Banks strongly recommends the use of the Dutch bank-customer SCT Implementation Guidelines to banks and their corporate clients.

The use of the Dutch Implementation Guidelines does not exclude the use of Belgian or other Implementation Guidelines. A bank can make additional appointments with its customers.

The new bank-client standards will replace the existing, because they do not meet all the SEPA requirements. Thus, BIC and IBAN cannot be used.

Source: www.sepanl.nl


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