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JUNE 2015

Welcome to the second edition of Nordea’s Cash Management newsletter for ERP and TMS vendors.

In this edition you can read about how Nordea is preparing for the future by investing in and implementing new payment and core banking platforms. You will also find updates regarding Corporate Access (Nordea's new payment and file transfer solution) and Corporate eGateway, as well as other relevant local information. 

We are lining up a lot of interesting developments after summer and in our forthcoming newsletters we will, amongst other interesting things, inform you about migration plans for existing local solutions to Corporate Access. 

We are also planning webinars for you during the second half of this year to follow up from the seminars we recently conducted in all four Nordic countries. 

Stay tuned and enjoy the summer!

Mikael Kepp 


Register now for EuroFinance 23-25 September 2015

If you are looking ahead to the future of treasury, EuroFinance is the perfect place to start. This major fixture on the treasury and cash management calendar will feature conversations on the latest topics and trends, and presentations from finance visionaries. And of course it is a great opportunity to network. Registering through Nordea gives you special discount for the conference (please note that the social event is for corporate customers only). Read more on or register directly using the sign-up button. We look forward to seeing you in Copenhagen.


ULMP and LUM2 migration begins

Finland: In October 2016, Nordea will close down the legacy formats of Electronic Foreign Currency Payments service (LUM2 and ULMP).

The current replacement service is Corporate Payment Service (Yrityksen maksut -palvelu). XML versions 2 and 3 are supported. 

Log-in addresses for e-identification and e-payment changing in Finland

Finland: Changes to e-identification and e-payment in Finland require action on the behalf of the customer before the end of August 2015. If current addresses have not been replaced with new ones, the service will no longer be available.


SEPA planning for smaller corporate customers

Sweden: In Sweden a high number of small corporate customers are using Internetbanken Företag as their local netbank solution. The customer may use file import to execute their domestic and international payments, and this service will continue uninterrupted after October 2016 (including euro payments).

However, a number of old formats will be closed by October 2016, and it is important that you as vendors pay attention to these closures and develop/implement relevant solutions for the different customer groups.

Read the whole article to find out which formats are closing down and what the alternatives are.