Pay/Advice transactions

Created by Erik Åkerlund, Modified on Mon, 20 Feb 2023 at 02:29 PM by Erik Åkerlund

This is a function for administration of outgoing and incoming payments. The transactions are automatically prepared with payment instructions and the function allows you to create a payment file to be exported to your bank system. 

NOTE! There are two separate extended selections. One for tab 'Pay/Advice/Delayed' and one separate for tab 'All'. The two extended selections can be used independently of each other. An activated extended selection in for example 'Pay/Advice/Delayed' is kept active even when changing tabs back and forth.
The same goes for an activated extended selection in tab 'All'. Reset of extended selection is done individually for the two extended selections.

To define bank accounts and payment instructions for legal entities and counterpart, see Portfolio codes register

In the Pay/Advice/Delayed Tab you prepare your payment file. You can Net your transactions by:

Date due
Account number
SWIFT adress

And you can mark your payments as manual if they should not be included in the file.

GGross netting, if you would like to net on gross level  (incoming seperated from outgonig payments)
NNet netting; both incoming and outging are netted to one.
RReverse netting
MManual payment, no file will be created for those payments. For example if the bank make withdraws from the account.

Undo Export of payment

To undo an export of a payment file or a single transaction, go to the Export tab and press Undo Export.

Choose if you want to undo export via filename or referens number:

Pls note that the Export tab will be refresh with all exported deals.

You will find the deals under the tab Pending.

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