Support for the Norwegian AML act for all Banks (without e-ID)
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The development of this feature is postponed. We are currently investigating whether the development of this feature will be rescheduled for a future version of Payment Management.
With this feature, Continia will support smaller businesses in Norway who enjoy the real-time advantages of direct communication with Payment Management, but who do not want to implement the use of e-IDs. This feature enables customers who use Payment Management Direct Communication in Norway to comply with the new legislation without additional costs.
The Norwegian Anti-Money Laundry (AML) act demands more control of who sends payment files to a bank via Web- or SFTP services. To use direct communication with a Norwegian bank, it is required that the social security number of the person who sends payment files to the bank, is included in the file. Payment Management Direct Communication will support this requirement for all banks represented in Norway. However, as this is the lowest security level allowed in Norway when using direct communication, users will still have to approve the payment in the bank's portal. For extended security, without the need for approval in the bank's portal, you must use the new Payment Approval feature with strong authentication through e-IDs. Payment Approval will be included in Continia's feature releases in 2022.