Online SEPA XML message generator for business payments orders and direct debits orders
This online service creates business payments orders and direct debits orders that complies with the implementation guidelines for the Netherlands (specific meant for Dutch banks).
It concerns the following guidelines:
The abbreviation "UNIFI" stands for: UNIversal Financial Industry
The above mentioned pain formats will replace the current CLIEOP03 format.
Contact your bank to find out when they move to the new formats.
The implementation guidelines for the Netherlands can be downloaded from Betaalvereniging Nederland.
The implementation guidelines were developed jointly by the Dutch bank and starting from November 2, 2010 it can be put into operation.
All banks within SEPA must implement the implementation guidelines before 1 february 2014.
Dutch banks have however additional agreements on the above guidelines, therefore always consult the documentation that your bank offers you.
Because only a few Dutch banks have provided information regarding their implementation of the pain formats, the SEPA XML files generated by this tool may not work correctly for your bank.
Contact Mobilefish.com and we will adapt this online service.
The generated SEPA XML files are intended for business customers to supply multiple domestic and foreign payment orders and debit orders electronically to their bank with just a single file. Most major banks offer their business customers the option of using online banking to submit SEPA XML files. You must have a business bank account and (usually) a supplementary agreement with your bank for its use.
This online service allows you to safely create SEPA XML files with up to 100 items (transactions) per batch and up to 2 batches. All entries are sent securely to Mobilefish.com. No data is stored in databases or files.
If you want to validate the generated SEPA XML messages against XSD schemas, use the service:
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