Update January 2018

Every day we aim to provide you the best service possible by improving our offering on a regular basis. Today we are pleased to inform you that we have released a new version of InsideBusiness Payments to further simplify your daily banking. With this release, we have improved some existing functionalities and added a number of new features. In these notes you can read a description of all relevant changes.

Payment Service Directive 2

On 13 January 2018 a new European Directive for payment services, the Payment Service Directive 2, has become effective. It was developed to foster innovation in the payments market and to make payments easier, safer and more efficient for you. All outgoing payments within the European Economic Area (EEA), regardless of their currency, should be processed on the basis of the payment instruction SHA (Shared Cost). We have adjusted IBP in accordance with these PSD2 requirements.

 

Improvements on Unconnected signing screen

 
The Response field is now by default activated. After entry of the response code you can hit the Enter key to Authorise. This makes it easier to sign your payments.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 Default US Clearing 

 

 

 

 

 

When adding a US addressee to the Address Book, the field Clearing system is now by default set to ‘Fedwire Routing Number’, which is much more common than the CHIPS Universal Identifier.

 

 

 

Cheque payments

The Cheque menu option is now only available for users with Create payments permission on a BE ING account. On the Cheque entry screen only BE ING remitter accounts are selectable. 

 

 

Swiss XML headers

You can now import files with Swiss XML headers. During import, the Swiss header will automatically be replaced by the default EPC header. The hash value is calculated before replacement.
 
 
Remote Authorisation expiry date
We have made the expiry date for Remote authorisation files visible on screen as well as on print outs. You will see the ultimate date for signing the order at a glance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CGI CAMT improvements

We added the CdtDbtInd element to all CAMT CGI reporting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

CAMT

1) If MT94x tag86 contains code word EREF (EndToEnd Reference) the value of this code word is mapped to CAMT EndToEndId.

Else if MT94x Tag 61, subfield 7 does not contain NONREF, EREF, PREF, IREF or CREF, the value of TAG61, subfield 7 is mapped to CAMT EndToEndId.

 

2) The value 'ING' in the StatementID (EOD) and ReportID (Intraday) is now replaced by a unique value with pattern YYYYMMDDxxxxxxx.

 
YYYYMMDD contains in case of EOD: book date from tag 62F
YYYYMMDD contains in case of intraday: creation date from tag 13D of first selected transaction
 
xxxxxxx contains in case of EOD: statement number from tag 28C
xxxxxxx contains in case of intraday: statement number from tag 28C of first selected transaction
 
 
Import file reference
1. The import file reference can be added as a column in the Payments in batches overview
2. The import file reference remains intact after removing a payment from a batch.
 
 
SEPA purpose code
 
In addition to the Business type category with values INTC, SALA, and TREA, we have now introduced the Business Type field. From the drop down menu, you can select the SEPA purpose code. For now, only code CBFF (Capital Building) is available.
 
 
 
Special characters
We updated character sets in accordance with local file specifications such as DTA and RIBA.