Payments Introduction
  • 07 Dec 2023
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Payments Introduction

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Article Summary

This feature is not available by default.

If you would like to request access to this feature, please get in touch with your Mambu Customer Success Manager to discuss your requirements. For more information, see Mambu Release Cycle - Feature Release Status.

If you enable the Payments capability, you will get access to the Payments API and Mambu Payment Gateway.

The Mambu Payment Gateway (MPG) provides a user interface that facilitates one-time and recurring transactions using the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) scheme. For more information, see Mambu Payment Gateway.

The Payments APIs allows you to make, receive, reject, and refund standards-based payments. For more information, see our Payments API Reference.

The MPG is tightly connected to Mambu's core banking features. Payments are routed to the correct Mambu accounts, payer and payee details are automatically inserted into SEPA messages when possible, and general ledger accounts are kept up to date both for payments and, if using Anti-Money Laundering (AML), for movements of funds into suspense accounts.

payments gateway UI showing pending transactions

The core functionality of the MPG can be extended to support additional AML and suspense account flows, such as using a pre-built Mambu Connector running on the Mambu Process Orchestrator and a supported partner such as ComplyAdvantage.

Using the MPG, customers can quickly gain access to the entire market of more than 27 countries in the Eurozone.

Supported flows

The Mambu Payment Gateway has been built according to the guidelines set out in the 2021 SEPA Credit Transfer and 2021 SEPA Direct Debit Core rulebooks and handles the following flows and messages:

Credit Transfer

Pacs.008.001.02 - Incoming/Outgoing payment
Camt.056.001.01 - Incoming/Outgoing Recall request
Pacs.004.001.02 - Incoming/Outgoing Authorize recall request
Camt.029.001.03 - Incoming/Outgoing Deny recall request
Pacs.002.001.03 - Incoming rejection/Outgoing positive status report

Credit Transfer Inquiries

Camt.027.001.06 - Claim Non-Receipt
Pacs.028.001.01 - Status update on Recall of SCT
Pacs.028.001.01 - Status update on Inquiry for existing camt.087 or camt.027
Camt.087.001.05 - Claim value-date correction
Pacs.004.001.02 - Positive response for Request for Status Update on Recall
Camt.029.001.08 - Sepa Inquiries response - Only negative confirmation at the moment for camt.087

Direct Debit

Pacs.003.001.02 - Incoming/Outgoing collection
Pacs.007.001.02 - Incoming/Outgoing Reverse collection (sent by Creditor to Debtor)
Pacs.004.001.02 - Incoming/Outgoing Refund collection (sent by Debtor to Creditor)
Pacs.002.001.03 - Incoming CSM rejection

General prerequisites

Before using Mambu Payment Gateway, you must have the following:

  • SEPA registration
  • A system to manage mandates for direct debit payments
  • Access to an automated clearing house
  • The ability to generate and register IBANs for accounts

Mambu Core Banking prerequisites

Please note

Our Getting Started article walks through configuring the items listed below.

In Mambu Core Banking, you will need:


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