Product Updates 422, 421, and 420: SEPA PAIN format supported for Great Britain
Some changes have been made in Exact Globe Next to ensure
that the information for the branch code and account number for the creditors
is reflected correctly in the XML file.
This enhancement is applicable to all SEPA-supported
legislations and for creditors who are in Great Britain.
The enhancements are as follows:
Cash instrument maintenance screen
The SEPA credit transfer will now use the new file name, GBSCT.xsl,
and it will be selected by default at the SCT Filename field, under the SEPA
credit transfer section in the Settings tab.
XML file generation
As a majority of creditors in Great Britain do not have the
IBAN information, the BBAN information will be reflected instead. The BBAN
information that will be reflected in the XML file will consist of the branch
code (sort code) and account number at the CdtrAgt and CdtrAcct
The same logic applies to banks in other SEPA countries when
the payment is for creditors in Great Britain. Note that the currency of the
transaction is not in EURO and the IBAN information is not provided.
In addition, the unstructured address will be used in the
XML file if the file name GBSCT.xsl or NLSCT.xsl is selected in
the cash instruments maintenance screen.
The enhancements are also applicable to the following file
Note that the CHSCT.xsl
file name is only applicable for non-EURO foreign payments.
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