Payment Transactions Outgoing Payments
Select for yourself whether you want to process your outgoing payments as payment orders, multi-payment orders, standing orders, direct debits (DD), or eBills.
With our standardized payment order form, you can submit all payments in Switzerland or abroad. For faster and more cost-effective payment processing, use Online & Mobile Banking.
With the multi-payment order, you can simultaneously submit several red and orange payment slips in CHF and EUR for individual payments within Switzerland.
With a standing order, you give instructions once and can count on us to handle the rest. Standing orders are designed for regular transfers to the same recipients with fixed amounts and dates. You can set up a standing order in Online Banking or via our standing order form.
Direct Debit Procedure (LSV+)
With a direct debit (DD), you can automatically pay your regular invoices in CHF or EUR with different amounts – or identical ones – without having to take action each time. Ask your biller if it offers LSV+. Payments are made reliably and on time. LSV+ gives you 30 days after payment notification to dispute a charge if you disagree with it.
The New eBill
Electronic bills are replacing conventional, paper-based invoicing. Today's electronic bill is now called "eBill." The new eBill can also be used to pay your invoices time-saving, secure and paperless directly from your Online Banking account. The eBill system will be rolled out gradually starting in April 2018.
Cross-Border Payment Transactions
With Credit Suisse, our worldwide network of correspondent banks, and our technical infrastructure, you can make payments to beneficiaries all over the world in the currency of your choice.
For EUR payments within the EU/EEA region, we recommend the use of the SEPA standard (Single Euro Payments Area), which means that you benefit from secure, low-cost, rapid processing. Furthermore, you can conveniently make either single or regular SEPA direct debit payments via your Credit Suisse account.