At HSBC, we continuously promote Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), as a faster and more efficient way to make a payment.
As a corporate customer, you can execute EFTs to a domestic counterparty, holding an account with a bank or an Electronic Money Issuer (EMI)1, participating in any of the domestic payments systems, such as PesoNet2 or PhilPass (Philippine Payments and Settlement System)3.
Through HSBCnet, you can use any of the payment types currently available for domestic EFTs, as described below:
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You can download the Payments and Transfers user guide from HSBCnet for additional information. Should you have any further clarifications, you may contact your designated Client Service Manager.
1 Electronic Money Issuers (EMI) are institutions authorized by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to issue electronic money instruments such as monetary value stored in cash cards, electronic wallets, stored value cards and similar products. Retrieved from http://www.bsp.gov.ph/publications/media.asp?id=2027
2 Philippine EFT System Operations Network (PESONet) is one of the ACH infrastructures under the National Retail Payments System, which facilitate same day and full value transfer of funds among participant banks, electronic money issuers and mobile wallet operators. Payments through this system are most suited for bulk payments. Retrieved from https://www.pesonet.info/
3 Philippine Payment and Settlement System (PhilPass) is the real time gross settlement system owned and operated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas that processes and settles interbank high value payment transactions. Retrieved from http://www.bsp.gov.ph/payments/philpassoverview.asp
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