Account reports

Automate the processing of your transactions

With our electronic camt account reports in XML format in accordance with the ISO 20022 standard, you can process your account transactions in a fully automated manner.

Account reports at a glance

What will change?

The ISO 20022 standard conforms to the regulatory provisions of the account information reports that you receive from your bank. Furthermore, ISO 20022 allows for the continuous automated processing of transactions. This means that in future we will also offer electronic account reports in this standard:

These XML message types complement today’s digital account information in SWIFT format (MT940, MT942, MT900, MT910) as well as the notifications for direct debits (type 3 LSV credit file), BESR (v11 ESR credit file) and, in future, also QR-bills.

Report type

Report type

XML message types

XML message types

Report type

For account report SWIFT MT942

XML message types

camt.052

Report type

For account statement SWIFT MT940

XML message types

camt.053

Report type

For direct debit notification (type 3)

XML message types

camt.053 (with internal collective booking details )

camt.054 (as external or separate collective booking details)

Report type

For the credit notification of BESR (v11) and QR-bills

 

XML message types

camt.053 (with internal collective booking details )

camt.054 (as external or separate collective booking details)

Report type

For the credit/debit note SWIFT MT910, MT900

XML message types

camt.054 (as credit/debit note)

In order for the switch to work smoothly in your company, you need software that meets the new standard. Please contact your software partner to obtain this software. We are happy to assist you in any other questions about the switch. You will find contact options at the bottom of this page.

UBS has been involved in the international ISO 20022 standardization from the outset. Thanks to this, UBS clients have been able to access their account reports in XML format (XML = Extensible Markup Language, text file format) since 2013. UBS is progressively rolling out the camt message types mentioned above in the following channels:

Information/conditions

Frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers can be found in the following document:

To make it easier for you to implement the updates, you can find the most important documents all in one place here.

The test platform provides a simulation of the client-bank interface. The test platform checks the generated client-to-bank reports and creates bank-to-client reports.