Account reporting Benefit from automated account transactions

Our electronic camt account reporting in XML format is ISO 20022 compliant and automates your account transactions.

Your benefits at a glance

Fully automated

For automated account reconciliation and your cash management

Efficient

Process information without media breaks with ISO 20022 account reporting

Simple

Structured data and automated processes simplify your accounting

What will change?

ISO 20022 corresponds to the regulatory provisions of the account information reports that you receive from your bank. Furthermore, ISO 20022 allows for the continuous processing of transactions. In future, UBS therefore also offers 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 notifications for direct debits (type 3 LSV credit file), BESR (v11 ESR credit file) and, in future, QR-bills.

The following XML message types can be used in the future:

  • For account report SWIFT MT942: camt.052
  • For account statement SWIFT MT940: camt.053
  • For direct debit notification (type 3):
    camt.053 (with internal collective posting details)
    camt.054 (as external or separate collective posting details)
  • For the credit notification of BESR (v11) and QR-bills:
    camt.053 (with internal collective posting details)
    camt.054 (as external or separate collective posting details)
  • For the credit / debit display SWIFT MT910, MT900:
    camt.054 (as credit / debit note)

How do you switch?

For the switch to work smoothly in your company, you need a payment software that meets the new standard. Please contact your software partner to do this.

We are happy to assist you in any other questions about the switch. You will find contact options and the end of this page.

Account reports in the new XML format:

UBS has been involved in international ISO 20022 standardization from the start. 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 gradually implementing the above-mentioned camt message types in the following channels:

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