Product Updates 422, 421 and 420: MT940 format for Deutsche Bank improved
Deutsche Bank has improved the MT940 format of the bank
statement to support the updated structure for tag 86 in the MT940
format for banks in the Netherlands. In addition, the bank import logic has
been enhanced to support both unstructured and structured MT940 formats for
banks in Germany.
This enhancement is applicable to Deutsche Bank branches
that are using the “DE” country cash instrument.
Tag 86 has been improved with the following fixed
structure and identifier for the following elements:
Each element will include several values and will be
separated by the “?” character. If there are missing values, the character “?”
will also be used for closure. The different transactions included in the tag
can also contain different identifiers such as capital and lower-case letters,
numbers, period, comma, et cetera.
Any character that does not fit the list will be substituted
by a space.
Matching logic for EREF element for tag 86
The new matching logic is applicable for bank branches in
Germany and follows the existing logic that is used by the bank branches in the
Netherlands. It is also valid only if the element is provided in the tag.
The element is expected to present the same values provided
to the bank by the initiating party and refers to the values that are provided
in the element EndToEndId.
An additional extra matching logic will also be applied if
you use either the low or high speed when importing the bank statements.
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