Bank Details (Infotype 0009)
In the Bank Details infotype (0009) you enter the payee and the bank details for the net pay from the payroll or the travel expenses.
When you create a new data record, the system takes the employee’s/applicant’s name from the Organizational Assignment infotype (0001) for the payee’s name. It takes the postal codeand the city from the Addresses infotype (0006). However, the payee and the employee or applicant do not have to be identical.
The standard system contains the following bank detail types as subtypes:
· Main bank
· Other bank
· Travel expenses
When you enter other bank details or bank details for travel expenses, to distribute the payment amount to several payees, specify the amount to be transferred as an absolute value or as a percentage. In the case of travel expenses, the amount is an optional specification.
You created main bank details and other bank details for an employee. The system calculates a payment amount of EUR 5,000 for a period.
· If you specify an absolute value of EUR 1,000 for the other bank details, the system transfers the remaining EUR 4,000 to the main bank.
· If you specify a percentage rate of 10% for the other bank details, the system transfers the remaining EUR 4,500 to the main bank.
There are two further bank detail types for countries that have implemented off-cycle-activities:
· Main bank details for off-cycle
· Secondary bank details for off-cycle
The data records belonging to the Bank Details infotype (0009) are evaluated in Payroll using the Processing Request for Bank Details function (P0009).
For additional information, refer to the documentation provided on function P0009.
International Bank Account Number (IBAN)
In addition to a country-specific bank account number, you can also use an International Bank Account Number (IBAN) for domestic and foreign payment transactions. To activate the IBAN function for HR master data, you have to make the appropriate setting in the Implementation Guide for Personnel Administration by choosing Interfaces and Integration → Use of IBAN in Personnel Management.
You can create or change an IBAN at the click of a button.
You have two options:
You can derive the IBAN from existing bank data. The system generates a default IBAN, which you can check and adopt in your bank data.
You can derive the corresponding bank details from an. The system generates the bank data from the IBAN.
The system displays whether an IBAN has been stored for bank details on a button in the maintenance screen. A green arrow indicates that there is an IBAN, a white arrow that there is no IBAN.
When you save the infotype, the IBAN is also saved.
Note that the IBAN for bank details is stored in the TIBAN table, not in the infotype itself.
· South Africa: Bank Details (Infotype 0009): Country Specific Features SA