Formats by standard

Danske Bank supports multiple international and country specific formats used across the globe to provide our clients with the best solutions. Formats are the means by which information is exchanged between client and bank systems, and we strive to meet the diverse demands of our clients by offering multiple file format options.

We are dedicated to continuously improving our solutions and supporting the ongoing standardisation of formats, as it enables our clients to achieve efficient end-to-end processing across domains and countries at a low cost. It moreover reduces the technical challenges for clients using multiple banks.

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Please note

As a result of EU rules, files with SEPA credit transfers from a non-euro country within the EU including Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein and Switzerland must be submitted in the ISO 20022 XML format from 31 October 2016.
The rules have applied to files with SEPA credit transfers from a euro country within the EU since 1 February 2014.

To help you with the transition to the format and to enable you to comply with the rules, Danske Bank will for the time being offer a file conversion service.

View fact sheet about Danske Bank File Conversion Service

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ISO 20022

ISO 20022 is the ISO standard for financial services messaging.

​EDIFACT 

EDIFACT is a UN standard for the exchange of financial messages.

SWIFT MT

SWIFT MT is a range of formats that support a large number of financial messages.

 Danske Bank formats

In Danske Bank we have our own suite of formats for easy integration.

Other standards

Danske Bank supports a number of domestic standards in the countries where we operate.

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