Multi-channel and multi-format banking communication
Allmybanks offers a variety of local and international file formats and protocols for banking communication.
Formats and protocols
To be able to share data securely with your banks worldwide, you must have access to file formats used by each bank, as well as a suitable data transmission channel.
Allmybanks, the software for treasury management and payments security, makes all standard file formats available to you:
- International: ISO 20022, SEPA, SWIFT (MT101, MT3XX), EDIFACT, Paymul
- Local: AEB, BACS, Chaps CFONB, DTA, CNAB, etc.
The Allmybanks software uses its own multi-protocol communication platform, which offers connectivity in real time to all the banks in the world via:
- SWIFTNet: the international banking protocol
- EBICS T or EBICS TS: the French and German banking protocol
- FTPs et SFTP: the generic transmission protocols regularly used in the banking sector
- PeSit: the generic transmission protocol for French regulated institutions
Formats taken into account
International formats :
SWIFT: MT101, MT300, MT305, MT940, MT942
EDIFCAT: PAYEXT 96A, PAYMUL, DIRDEB, BANSTA
ISO 20022: pain.001.001.02, pain.001.001.03, pain.008.001.02, camt.053, camt.052, camt.054, acmt.022, acmt.02z
Specific local formats (not exhaustive) :
France: CFONB, VCOM400, TLMC, FRFC, Norrsken, CB debit and credit statements
Spain: AEB, Euroconfirming
Switzerland: pain.001.001.03.ch.02, pain.008.001.02.chsdd.02, pain.008.001.03.ch.02, pain.008.001.02.ch.03, LSV+, DTA