With the new E-Banking version, we are expanding the Self-Service item and are implementing the regulatory requirements relating to cost transparency
The new E-Banking release adds expanded functions to the Self-Service item. Users can now open accounts and custody accounts themselves. A new activation letter can now also be ordered very conveniently. More information is displayed in a clearer way. The release also makes it easier and more convenient to enter standing orders. Under the EU MiFID II Directive, we are implementing cost transparency for stock exchange purchases. Finally, the new E-Banking release also creates the prerequisites for the new foreign exchange (forex) trading function.
Expanded Self-Service functions
Open account and custody account
E-Banking users can now open accounts or custody accounts themselves and use them immediately.
Order activation letter
A new activation letter can be ordered via the Self-Service process. The activation letter is then sent by post.
Activate additional device
New and existing devices for the PhotoTAN login can be added and managed conveniently via the "My apps" user menu.
More information, displayed in a clear way
The E-Banking system now displays the following additional information:
- Booking details – time on booking date
- Stock market order details (also for PDF print and export)
- time of order
- reason for refusal
- trading information
- Purchase prices for securities positions in Mobile Banking
Complete access to CAMT.053/054 data
CAMT.053 and CAMT.054 data can now be simultaneously accessed for all registered accounts.
New system message format
System messages when logging in to Online Banking are now clearly displayed in a separate window above the login screen.
Enter a standing order
When entering a new standing order, no further manual selection is necessary after selecting the payment type. The system opens the corresponding entry screen directly.
Cost transparency when buying securities
Under the EU MiFID II Directive, cost transparency for stock exchange purchases is being implemented by displaying information on costs and incidental costs directly in the system.
Foreign exchange trading
We have made the technical preparations for our E-Banking system to trade in foreign currencies. We will inform clients as soon as this function is available.
eBill – Issue and pay invoices digitally
This update implements the eBill function in the E-banking of the LLB Group.
What is an eBill?
eBill stands for "electronic bill" and replaces the already existing "E-Rechnung" until the end of 2019.
With eBill, vendors can digitalise invoicing and simplify payment of invoices for their customers with just a few clicks. Customers no longer receive eBill by post or email, but rather where they actually make the payment – in their LLB E-Banking. This saves paper and costs, and vendors benefit from reliable payment receipts.
Additional information: www.llb.li/ebill