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Companies in Switzerland Incoming payments – CREDIT SUISSE BESR Expert Technical Documentation Table of Contents Introduction3 Bank Payment Slip with Reference Number (BESR) Subscriber Number 4 Details on the BESR  4 Structure of the Code Line  6 Controls7 Calculating the Check Digits Using Module 10, Recursively  7 Sending off Credit Payments Direct Net 8 Direct Link 8 Direct Exchange  8 Sorting the Data as Files  8 List (extract of incoming BESR payments)  9 Sorting the Data as Paper Lists 9 Reconciliation9 Administrative Aspects Registration  10 Application  10 Prices  10 Reordering /Availability of Credit Payment Data  10 Advice on Electronic Banking Solutions  10 Structure of the Detail and Total Records Record Type 3  11 List of Transaction Type Codes  12 Table of Contents 2 Introduction By using the bank payment slip with reference number (BESR), you can significantly simplify and rationalize the control procedure for incoming payments and accounts receivable by means of electronic data processing. The procedure relies on the use of payment slips that can be scanned and that con- tain data with which the payer can be identified in the reference number of the code line. Credit Suisse creates a standardized credit record that you can process automatically using any of the accounts receivable programs that are generally available. Incoming payments are usually collected each day, and the total amount is credited to your account. As an alternative, Credit Suisse offers you hourly credit records or individual credits for your BESR incoming payments. Credit records are booked electronically (for details see the section “Sending off Credit Payments,” page 8). Introduction 3 Bank Payment Slip with Reference Number (BESR) Subscriber Number The subscriber number of the Credit Suisse branch (the subscriber) that manages the account is printed on the payment slip. The subscriber is recognized by the subscriber number, which is used internally. Credit Suisse will assign you this number, which appears as the first six digits of the reference number (for details see the chapter “Structure of the Code Line” on page 6). Unequivocal identification of a payment recipient is therefore based on the combination of the post office subscriber number of the branch managing the account and the internal subscriber number. Details on the BESR All the specialist printers have the relevant specifications for the BESR details. All in all, you need to be aware of the following: Information on the Form Please refer to page 7 for the obligatory information needed to print the forms and to view an example of a form. Specifications Paper: White, OCR DIN 6723, 90 g/m2 Font: Basic form: Grotesk 6’ normal; 8’ half bold, Black print: Grotesk 8’ half bold OCR-B-1 character set (code zone, <Layoutcode>) OCR-B font, size 1 (incl. the three <+> characters), 10 characters per inch. Norm DIN 66009 specifications (1977 edition) apply for the characters’ design and measurements. Color: black. Original fonts must be used. Please contact the sup- plier of the fonts. Raster: 48 with 9% density. With the exception of the amount field (BESR+ in CHF) and the code zone (lines 20 – 25 of the payment slip), the raster must be applied to the entire form. You can freely select the raster and color of the appendices. Bank Payment Slip with Reference Number (BESR) 4 Print: Orange (receipt is in the scan color) Even raster, accurate tonal value, offset. Particular attention must be given to applying the receipt’s scan colors. They must not be applied too strongly. The print contrast signal (PCS) may not exceed 10%. (Mac Beth PCM ll with filter B). Black Text /character print, positioning corners “<”, “>” and period “.” between CHF and c. The field, code line and <Layoutcode> must be accurately positioned as per the measurement and layout samples. Reverse Side: The part of the slip that is processed may have printed information on lines 1–11 and 14 –19, the part of the slip tha

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