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Balance of payments reporting


07 August 2013  Share  0 comments  Print


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Balance of payments - customer transaction reporting

Background

As an authorised dealer in foreign exchange, we are required to report all cross-border customer transactions to the South African Reserve Bank (SARB). This is a regulatory requirement that underpins licences for all South African authorised foreign exchange dealers.

BOPCUS v3, the South African Reserve Bank’s updated framework for reporting of cross-border transactions in South Africa, was implemented on 19 August 2013.

Validation update to BOPCUS v3

Following the initial BOPCUS v3 implementation, SARB need further updates to be made to Schema Validations from 3 March 2014, to remain BOBCUS v3 compliant.


Click here to view Quick Reference Guide

Click here to view the SARB Operations Manual

Click here to view Balance of Payments Inward & Outward categories

Click here to view BoPCus FAQ's (version 3)

Click here to view Standing Instructions Form - Export Documentary Collection(updated 20 June 2013)

Click here to view Standing Instructions Form (updated 20 June 2013)

Click here to view Standing_Instructions Form - Exports Documentary Credit (updated 20 June 2013)

Click here to view BOP Purchase Reports

Click here to view BOP Sale Reports

(right-click and 'Save link as' to Download)

 

Please note that category lists and forms were correct at the time of publication. Category lists and forms are subject to change at any time without notice. Standard Bank is not liable for any inaccuracies.

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