Add company's bank account

Note:

At the moment, Swingvy bank files only support DBS, UOB and OCBC banks.

 

Select the bank name for the payroll payment transaction (the compatible bank file will be generated upon the payroll completion). You can find the Singapore bank and branch code guide here:  

Singapore bank and branch code guide

 

DBS | 7171 | 005 | 0052312891 | - Usually 10-digit account number
 
Use the first 3 digits of the account number as the branch code
Example: For account 0052312891, the branch code will be 005
(Account number will remain as 0052312891)
 

Note:

The "Sender's Company ID" refers to the Company ID given by DBS to login to DBS IDEALTM. All alphabet characters should be in capital letters.

 
OCBC | 7339 | 550 | 1089550 | - Length of account number varies
 
1. Use the first 3 digits of the account number as branch code
2. Drop the first 3 digits of the account number for the account number field 
Example: For account 5501089550, the branch code will be 550 and the account number will be 1089550
 
UOB | 7375 | 030 | 9102031012 | - 10-digit account number 
Use the first 3 digits of the account number and refer to Appendix A to retrieve the corresponding branch code.
Example: For account 9102031012, use 910 to refer to Appendix A to retrieve the branch code 030
(Account number will remain as 9102031012)
 

Note:

Select Bank file format as “GIRO” for DBS and OCBC, BIBPlus for UOB

 

FEB | 7199 | 004 | 5041920123 | - 10-digit account number
 
Use the first 3 digits of the account number and refer to Appendix A to retrieve the corresponding branch code. 
Example: For account 5041920123, use 504 to refer to Appendix A to retrieve the branch code 004
(Account number will remain as 5041920123)
 

POSBank | 7171 | 081 | 084102395 | - 9-digit account number
 
Use 081 as branch code for all POSBank accounts
 
 
HSBC | 7232 | 146 | 172002492 | - Length of account number varies
 
1. Use the first 3 digits of the account number as branch code
2. Drop the first 3 digits of the account number for the account number field
Example: For account 146172002492, the branch code will be 146 and the account number will be 172002492

Standard Chartered | 7144 | 018 | 1803645852 | - 10 digit account number
 
1. Use ‘0’ + 1st two digits of the account number as branch code
2. Account number: the full 10 digit account number