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Bank File Set up in UK.

Hi gurus.

I´m from Spain but we have a partner company in UK.

Our consultants have set up a "xml" file extension which we upload into the Lloyds and we are able to pay to our national suppliers masively; this is called in UK "BACS PAYMENT".

The trouble came when we want to pay our EU vendors. For these, Lloyds bank send us other file format --> Euro Money Mover (EMM) file (xml) which is different from BACS becuase of the information you need to pay EU suppliers is other than national suppliers. We have set up the file in SAP and we are able to pay one supplier per time and the bank doesn´t reject the file but, when we include two or more vendors in the payment, Lloyds Bank always reject the file.

Can anyone guide me please please please????? The example below is from Lloyds for EMM payment but I don´t know if when I pay more than one vendor I should replicate the whole structure or just a part of it:









<IntermediaryBankNameField />

<IntermediaryBankAddressField />

<IntermediaryBankSwiftBICField />

<IntermediaryBankAccountNumberField />

<PaymentDetailsField />


<SpecialInstructionsField />

<PayOnApplicationDetailsField />


<BeneficiaryItem AccountNumber="FR9530002006930000766948W61" Name="MR AND MRS I J LLOYDS" Address="" BankSwiftBIC="CRLYFRPPXXX" BankName="Credit Lyonnais" BankAddress="19, Blvd des Italiens, Paris" />



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  • Posted on May 17, 2015 at 04:20 PM

    Hi Alberto,

    Did you find a solution for your issue? I have to customize the payment file for Lloyds Bank and I have the same problem you had.



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