Electronic transactions in Europe

XML Reporting

Electronic transactions in Europe

XML Reporting

Why choose XML?

XML is a universal format that is used for all electronic transactions in Europe. It ensures that you receive your daily electronic account information in one and the same format.

Even more benefits

  • Quicker registration and processing of European banking transactions
  • Facility can be requested individually in KBC Brussels Online for Business
  • Ability to select accounts for which XML Reporting is required under 'Manage Electronic Messaging'
  • Choice of end-of-day reports, details of aggregate entries, and intraday reports
  • Additional advice included
  • Capacity for integration in KBC Brussels Online for Business For Business and KBC Brussels@Isabel

Is your accounting software up to date?

Is your current accounting software equipped to run XML Reporting? Find out quickly or carry out an update. Then you won't have to think about it later on.

Try it out now using a test file.

More info

  • Febelfin guidelines
  • ISO guidelines

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