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  • Video Tutorial 

    An introduction to Payment Management in Commercial Banking Online. Please see below for more details about Payment actions.

    Duration: 2:17

  • You can create different types of payments in Commercial Banking Online, depending on the payment and cash management roles you currently have assigned to you. You can create new payments or base them on an existing payment or payment template. Once a payment has been created, it must be approved before the transaction can proceed. Payments submitted and approved after their cut-off time will be rejected. In order to submit a payment after its cut-off time, please enter a future date.

    You can also create quick entry payments using payment templates or payment template groups. Your payments and cash management role may also allow you to import payments from other payment systems.

    If you find you cannot create the payment you want, you may not have the appropriate payments and cash management roles assigned to you. Please contact your Administrator for more help.

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Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under Registration Number 119278.

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