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T2 domain in MER Facility for manual entry of T2 MSGs
MER Facility manual data entry for T2 MSGs would be much easier if there was a T2 domain like there is for CBPR+ or remit solutions , Proxy voting MX MSGs This would help data entry users to verify the fields and the whole MSGs according to ECB ru...
Expected FTM-MER NOT to split bank/location or Prefix/Suffix
Expected FTM-MER NOT to split bank/location or Prefix/Suffix. Field 22 - for MT305 / MT600 Field 22C - for MT300, MT320 For example, current MERVA: Party Ref Party PBBEK0 0175 PBBEPX FTM-MER: Party Prefix PBBE Party Suffix K0 Ref 0175 Party Prefix...
FTM-MER should be able to handle this double slash (//) checking
FTM-MER should be able to handle this double slash (//) checking In existing Merva users are required to key in a double slash '//' at the beginning of each account number. In FTM this is not required anymore but since the users are used to keying...
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