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Supplier Remit-to Account Validations

Introduction

When you create a remit-to account, you often need to complete banking information. This article describes the minimum requirements for setting your bank account for payment, but your customer may require additional information to be provided to them for confirming the validity of your account. All bank account remit-to’s must be approved by your customer prior to receiving payment to them. For more information about remit-to accounts, see View and Manage Remit-to Information.

How it works

 SWIFT codes must be 8 or 11 characters, and the first 6 characters must be letters. Even though the SWIFT code might be optional, we strongly recommend to include it.

Blank cells indicate that that piece of information is not asked for.

Country

Currency

Account Number

IBAN

Routing (Bank Code) Number

SWIFT / BIC Code

Additional Requirements

Australia

AUD

All other currencies

Up to 9 digits

 

BSB: This is the 6 digit Bank State Branch (BSB) code used to identify the bank's state and branch.

Optional

 

Austria

EUR

All other currencies

 

20 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Belgium

EUR

All other currencies

 

16 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Brazil

BRL

 

29 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

Remit-to Contact Number

Tax ID

Remit-to Contact E-mail Address

Brazil

All other currencies

 

29 alphanumeric characters

 

Optional

 

Bulgaria

BGN

All other currencies

 

22 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Canada

CAD

7 to 12 digits

 

This is the Transit/Institution Number, which is a 9-digit number that starts with "0" and is concatenated with the 3-digit bank code (institution number) and the 5-digit branch transit number.

Optional

 

Canada

All other currencies

7 to 12 digits

 

This is the Transit Code. This is the Transit/Institution Number. The 5-digit branch transit number is concatenated with the 3-digit institution number to make the 8-digit transit code.

Optional

 

Colombia

COP

All other currencies

1 to 20 digits

 

Select Bank Code, and then one of these options:

  • Código de Compensación Electrónica: The Colombian Banking Codes, which are used to clear funds and/or route payments in Colombia and consist of 2 digits (example: 01).
  • Tipo Código: The bank identifier used to clear funds and/or route payments in Colombia, which consists of five digits (example: 30001).

Optional

 

Croatia

HRK

All other currencies

 

21 alphanumeric characters

SWIFT / BIC Code: Optional.

Required

 

Czech Republic

CZK

All other currencies

 

24 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Denmark

DKK

All other currencies

 

18 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Estonia

EUR

All other currencies

 

20 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Finland

EUR

All other currencies

 

18 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

France

EUR

All other currencies

 

27 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Germany

EUR

All other currencies

 

22 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Greece

EUR

All other currencies

 

27 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Hong Kong

HKD

All other currencies

12 digits. The first 3 digits are used to identify the branch code, with the next 3-6 digits used to identify the account number.

   

Required

 

Hungary

HUF

All other currencies

 

28 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

India

INR

All other currencies

9 to 18 digits

 

IFSC: This is the Indian Financial System Code (IFSC code). The Bank/Branch Number is used to clear funds and/or route payments in India and consists of 11 characters. The first 4 characters represent the bank, followed by 0 and then 6 characters for the branch.

Optional

 

Indonesia

IDR

All other currencies

1 to 34 digits

 

Bank Code: This is the Clearing Code used to clear funds/route payments in Indonesia and consists of 7 digits.

Optional

 

Ireland

EUR

All other currencies

 

22 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Israel

ILS

All other currencies

 

22 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Italy

EUR

All other currencies

 

27 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Japan

JPY

All other currencies

7 digits

The Zengin Code is used to clear funds and/or route payments in Japan and consists of seven digits (a 4 digit bank code followed by a 3 digit branch code).

 

Required

 

Luxembourg

EUR

All other currencies

 

20 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Malta

EUR

All other currencies

 

31 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Mexico

MXN

All other currencies

18 digits. CLABE format (18 digits): 3-digit Bank Code, 3-digit Branch Code, 11-digit Account Number, and 1 Control digit.

 

Bank Code: This is the Mexico-ABM Bank/Locality Number and consists of 6 digits.

Required

 

Netherlands

EUR

All other currencies

 

18 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

New Zealand

NZD

All other currencies

10 digits. 7-digit Beneficiary Account number and the 3-digit Beneficiary Account Suffix.

 

BSB: The New Zealand Bank Code consists of 6 digits.

Optional

 

Norway

EUR

All other currencies

 

15 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Poland

PLN

All other currencies

 

28 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Portugal

EUR

All other currencies

 

25 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Singapore

SGD

All other currencies

Up to 14 digits. Account number should not have leading zeros.

   

Required

 

South Africa

ZAR

All other currencies

1 to 11 or 13 characters. No leading zeros.

 

Bank Code: The Bank/Branch Number, which is used to clear funds and/or route payments in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Namibia and consists of six digits.

Required

Remit-to Contact Phone Number

Spain

EUR

All other currencies

 

24 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Sweden

SEK

All other currencies

 

24 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Switzerland

CHF

All other currencies

 

21 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

Turkey

TRY

All other currencies

 

26 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

United Arab Emirates

AED

All other currencies

 

23 alphanumeric characters

 

Optional

 

United Kingdom

GBP

8 digits

 

Sort Code: 6 digits made up of the bank code and branch code. The first 2 digits are the bank code, with the last 4 being the branch code.

Optional

 

United Kingdom

All other currencies

 

22 alphanumeric characters

 

Required

 

United States

USD

All other currencies

Up to 17 digits

 

Routing Number: ACH Routing Number which consists of 9 digits

Optional

Bank Branch Address

Vietnam

VND

All other currencies

1 to 34 alphanumeric characters

 

Bank Code: The CITAD code consists of 8 digits. The first 2 digits represent the Region Code, followed by 3 digits that represent the Bank Code. The next 3 digits identify the Branch.

Optional

 
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