The FX4Cash product suite is built upon a flexible, stable and resilient platform to meet the unique needs of our diverse clients.
FX4Cash strongly integrates with Deutsche Bank's existing client access channels, extensive reach to global payment and clearing systems, as well as leading FX trading infrastructure to provide you with a one stop solution for your cross-border currency payments worldwide.
Payments in more than 120 currencies with no need for currency accounts FX4Cash offers you can be configured to match your current work flows.
The FX4Cash work flow can be customized to suit your internal needs.
Manage and control your incoming foreign currency receipts
FX4Cash is not just for you outbound cross-currency payments - FX4Cash is perfect for your incoming foreign currency payments too There is no need to hold currency accounts, and you don't even need to bank with Deutsche Bank. Here's how it works;
Effective January 1, 2015 All payments must include a Purpose of Payment or risk being rejected. Please select the purpose of payment from the table on the currency guide. The code followed by the description should be entered in the remittance information field (f70). Please see the currency guide for full details on formatting.
Effective January 1, 2015 Lithuania will be adopting the EURO as its legal tender.
As of December 17, 2014, LTL will no longer be available on FX4Cash.
Temporarily not available via FX4Cash
It is no longer necessary to inform your Client Service Officer for amounts over equivalent of USD 1 million.
Please consult the currency guide details for full requirements and details.
New Purpose of Payment codewords will become effective as of May 19, 2014. This is a mandatory requirement. Please see the CNH currency guide details for the new table of codes.
May 29,2014 REMINDER
IBAN is now required for JOD and QAR.
JOD Jordian Dinar: IBAN is a mandatory requirement (30 alphanumeric characters) effective February 2, 2014.
QAR Qatar Riyal: IBAN is a mandatory requirement (29 alphanumeric characters) effective May 1, 2014.
VND: Vietnamese Dong
For beneficiaries that are individuals, the date of birth will now be required.
In order to improve the payment process, the beneficiary bank's CITAD code (8 digits), payment clearing code is strongly recommended. The first 2 digits represent the Region code, followed by 3 digits representing the Bank Code; the next 3 digits identify the Branch.
The business registration number (business/corporate) is no longer required.
Supporting documentation is necessary for amounts above AMD 20 million, if the remitter is not the same as the beneficiary.
We are only able to effect payments to the following beneficiary banks: Royal Bank of Canada, First Caribbean Bank, and Scotia Bank.
HRK: Croatian Kuna
IBAN is required as of June 1,2014 (21 alphanumeric characters).
Payments to AZN, IQD, ISK, LBP, MKD and VEF are temporarily suspended.