• Reports

    What are reports?

    On Commercial Banking Online, there’s a range of reports to help you to manage your accounts. Some reports are like bank statements and show the amount, date and type of each transaction. Other reports let you look at your accounts in more detail.

    Reports come in four groups:

    • Information Reporting Reports - for balances, debits and credits.
    • Payment Reports - for payment activity.
    • Administration Reports - to look at your security, permissions and other settings.
    • Audit Reports - to see how your business uses Commercial Banking Online.
  • What are reports? 

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  • Which report should I use?

    Use Information Reporting Reports if you want an overview of your account like a bank statement. Running Balance and Balance and Transaction Reports are the most popular in this group as they show what’s paid in and paid out.

    In the Running Balance Report you can see credits and debits in a single column and in the Balance and Transaction Report they are split into separate columns.

    The guide below shows you what details you can get from the most commonly used reports in this group.

      Running Balance Report Balance and Transaction Report Transaction Detail Report Transaction Report Transaction Daily View Report Cash Position Report Account Statement Report Daily Balance History Report
    Separate columns for debits and credits              
    View transactions across all accounts    
    Check receipt of funds    
    View all credits and debits from previous day    
    View credits and debits for today    
    View transaction history    
    Reconciliations by date period -previous day/specific period    
    View advice information              
    View opening and closing balance  
    Print and keep locally
    View all payments to specific recipiant    
    Only view transactions              
    View separate page by each day            
    View current days cash position balance              
    Summary of closing balances for accounts and total debits and credits              

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