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IBAN (International Bank Account Number)
IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

Pay foreign vendors via IBAN

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Written by Ryan Goetz
Updated over a week ago

IBAN is short for International Bank Account Number. IBAN is an internationally recognized method for identifying an individual foreign bank account in order to make a transfer -- such as paying a vendor.

The United States and Canada do not use IBAN numbers, but if you have foreign vendors that use IBAN, we support that use case!

Enabling IBAN

Similar to any other header-level field, IBAN can be added/disabled by an Admin in the Configuration tab (article).

Note: Make sure that you don't make IBAN a required field, unless every one of your vendors uses IBAN.

IBAN Predictions

IBAN will be predicted, with the same Confidence Icon and scrollable prediction table in the rare case that there are multiple IBAN present on an invoice.

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