Intercompany Payment On Behalf Agreement

The “Pay on Behalf” facility allows a Shared Services Centre (SSC) to centralize payments from several companies in the group. The SSC sends payments to the bank of its choice in order to obtain more favourable processing costs and to negotiate financing terms. With Allmybanks software, you can optimize your group`s payments by applying the Pay on Behalf (PoB) principle. The amounts corresponding to these payments are automatically transferred to each subsidiary`s current account. If you pay something on behalf of someone else, it`s your asset – lent to them. I can decide to repay Business B through an investment, I can decide to send cash, or I can buy services from them instead of getting the payment. Do you want to streamline the number of bank accounts you hold to optimize your bank fees? The payment feature in the Allmybanks software application allows you to achieve this goal. From there, payment plants can consolidate account statements received from the various participating subsidiaries and group them according to pre-defined rules in order to send transactions to partner banks in accordance with contractual agreements (financing and price conditions). The aim of the SEPA project in Europe is to create a standardised payment market. The 37 countries in the SEPA zone now operate under the same rules and prices. This makes it easier for companies to compare the price conditions of their different banks and also makes it easier to set up a payment factory within a group.

In Allmybanks, you can create as many payment plants as you need (by currency, geographic or regulatory area, etc.) and connect affiliated subsidiaries. A dual validation workflow is available, consisting of an internal workflow for the subsidiary and a transfer to the bankworkflow by the Payment Factory administrator. The subsidiary thus reserves its rights to validate orders. Each subsidiary can therefore forward all or part of its bank orders to the payment plant. (Inter-Company Payable) is due to Company B. I would like a request in the books of Company A which shows me the cumulative amount owed. I would like an amount payable in the books of Company B to show me the cumulative amount of the due. If I run consolidated finances, they should be eliminated. .

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