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Using a foreign bank account via Internet Bank for Business

A company (or its subsidiary), holding an account in a foreign bank, can order foreign bank account statements to Internet Bank and send transfer orders via Internet Bank for making payments from the foreign bank account.

Initiating a payment from a foreign bank account

  • Choose in Internet Bank for Business the cross-border payment form and the respective account in a foreign bank.
  • SEB forwards your payment order as a message in SWIFT MT101 format to the respective foreign bank, who will execute the order.
  • According to an agreement, the foreign bank accepts such a payment order equally with a payment order, submitted to the bank directly.

Receiving account statements from a foreign bank

  • The foreign bank sends account statements to SEB via SWIFT every day or every week.
  • To view the statements, select under menu of account statements the respective account in the foreign bank and enter the desired period.
  • As a separate service, you can order from the foreign bank intraday balance information up to three times a day.

To order the service, contact your business client executive or your nearest SEB branch.

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