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FX4CashTM leverages Deutsche Bank's expertise as a leading cash management provider with its renowned capabilities as a truly global FX trading powerhouse to offer a broad range of solutions for cross border payments targeted to Financial Institutions, Non-bank and Corporate Clients.

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.

  • Supporting multiple currencies, payment options, access channels, FX trades, rates and value dates.
  • Latest technology and systems applications ensure operational excellence and quality customer service.
  • Full suite of solutions to support your payables, receivables and passive cross-border flows.

FX4Cash Payments

Payments in more than 120 currencies with no need for currency accounts FX4Cash offers you can be configured to match your current work flows.

  • Access: FX4Cash can be accessed via Deutsche Bank's leading client access channels db-direct internet or, SWIFT, Host-to-Host and Eurogiro.
  • Rates: real time or fixed rates or daily rates valid for 24 hours
  • Payment Options: Payments can be made via high value payments, wires or drafts.

The FX4Cash work flow can be customized to suit your internal needs.

FX4Cash Receivables

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;

  • You define the incoming currencies to be converted into a specified  currency and paid to one of your bank accounts
  • FX4Cash will issue you with a special IBAN, for your inbound foreign currency payments
  • The FX4Cash engine will automatically indentify the inbound flow and execute the conversion using live market  rates and credit the relevant account with the converted funds
  • You will have a daily report listing all incoming items that day.



 

Contact

Email:
mailto:fx4cash.center@db.com

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Currency Alert
Feb 12, 2014 - 

HRK: Croatian Kuna

   IBAN is required as of June 1,2014 (21 alphanumeric characters).


Jan 15, 2014 - 

New Purpose of Payment codewords will become effective as of May 19, 2014.  Please see the CNH currency guide details for the new table of codes.


Jan 15, 2014 - 

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.


Dec 13, 2013 - 

FX4Cash will no longer support LVL from December 13th onwards in preparation for Latvia joining the Euro zone officially as of January 1,2014.  The official central conversion rate will be 1EUR = 0.72804 LVL.


Nov 14, 2013 - 

Effective immediately payments in IQD are temporarily unavailable in FX4Cash until further notice.


Nov 14, 2013 - 

FX4Cash is able to execute ARS payments for all amounts.  The minimum restriction of USD 50K restriction has been lifted.  A one-time pre-trade set-up requirement is still necessary before executing the payment per beneficiary.  Please review the list of beneficiary banks that we are able to make payments to.  They are listed on the currency guide.


Sep 17, 2013 - 

Beneficiary account number must be formatted as 20 digits.


Aug 27, 2013 - 

Effective September 1,2013 - Updated VO Code List, an amendment to regulation 138-I.

Please see the currency details for RUB on the currency guide for new VO Code list.


Payments to ISK, IQD, LBP, MKD and VEF are temporarily suspended.


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Last Update: January 9, 2014
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