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Projects:SEPA Bank To Customer Statement

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SEPA

The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a payment-integration initiative of the European Union for simplification of bank transfers denominated in euro. SEPA defines standards for different types of data exchange with European banks.

This module deploys SEPA Bank Statement file format support.

This new standard provides additional information in the bank files such as endToendID.

endToendID information is embedded in remittance files (See remittance module) and now retrieved in the bank statement.

Related info:

Remittances Module

SEPA Direct Debit

SEPA Credit Transfer


This information can now be imported and can ease the matching process when doing a reconciliation.

Future matching algorithm modules can use this information to uniquely identify source transactions.

Module configuration

The module contains a "Dataset" with the required configuration. It can be applied from Enterprise Module Management window:

CAMT DataSet.png

Once the "Dataset" has been successfully applied a new Bank File Import option will be available.

Importing BankStatement lines

Once the configuration is ready, you can import your bank statement lines from your SEPA CAMT file as usual. Remember to selected the SEPA importer when uploading the file:

CAMT ImportFile.png

New Fields

This module deploys two new fields in Bank Statement Line tab

CAMT BAnkStatementLineFields.png

End to End ID: is used as a unique reference number to identify a transaction.

IBAN: International Bank Account Number. This info can be used to identify Business Partner or other party.

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