If you have many transactions to be signed, save time by using the filter to quickly find one or more specific transactions.
You can filter your search using the below criteria:
Search: search for specific text (key word, amount, number, etc.)
- with action possible (signature or countersignature)
- no action possible (you have already signed the transaction/a third party must sign the transaction)
- erroneous transaction (insufficient balance for example)
- expired (the transaction expired after 5 days as no action was taken)
Type: all transactions, transfer, standing order, securities transactions, SICAV transactions, bonds or structured products.
Basic contract: select a specific basic contract.
- the full list of transactions to be signed: tick the box in the heading menu, located to the left of Reference
- one specific transaction: select each line separately by ticking the box to the left of the transaction reference number.
For details of the order, click on the arrow to the left of the order
This will display all information relating to a transaction as well as the signatories (order initiator and signatories).
You can also cancel your order by clicking Cancel
2) Once you have made your selection, click Verify.
3) An overview will appear, prompting you to validate or sign the transaction, depending on the type of transaction. See Validation/Signature of your transactions below
A verification that is not validated or signed (depending on the type of transaction) results in the order not being executed. In this case, the order will be stored by our processing systems.
Different coloured icons allow you to see the status of operations and possible actions, depending on the type of access and rights you have.
: No action possible! You have already signed the transaction or the transaction has expired (5 business days have passed) or the transaction has been cancelled.
: You do not have sufficient rights to validate the transaction.
: Transaction to be signed for validation. Needs the signature of a third party for execution.
: Transaction to be signed for execution.