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1 Bank Reconciliation – Manual Bank Statement Processing – FF67

This transaction (Manual Bank Statement Entry - FF67) allows the user to enter bank statements
manually to SAP. The postings are made through “bank sub accounts”. Effect is given to the main bank
account in the books only when the reconciliation really happens.

1. To enter a manual bank statement, choose the following menu path or use transaction code;

Menu path Accounting → Financial Accounting → Banks → Incoming → Bank Statement

→ FF67 -- Manual Entry
Transaction Code FF67

A specification screen must pop up if it is the first time to process a manual bank statement. If the
specification screen do not pop up and it is the first time to log in the Bank reconciliation screen, the
following menu path may be used in the same background screen: Setting-> Specifications

2. Update the following details in the Specification screen; ;

Field name Description M/O/C User action and Comment
Variant to differentiate Select a variant from DGPC = DG01 company
Start variant M
the BRS processing. the drop down list. code variant.
Customer Code to identify the Select D for customer
match code customer transaction transaction.
Vendor match Code to identify vendor Select K for Vendor
code transaction transaction
Use this field to control Select a processing Select 1 for Batch
whether postings via type variant from the Processing(generate
batch input are carried out drop down list online)
online or as a background
job. Select 2 for posting Via
batch input session.
Select 3 for background

But select 4 for online

3. Click on the enter button to process further.

4. Select button to view the existing statement and to enable the system to pick bank
details and statement number automatically.

5. In the Manual Bank Statement Overview Screen: Select the bank from the list and click on the
button to create a new bank statement.
6. System will pick up the bank details, next statement number and opening balance automatically.

7. If the bank statement is going to be uploaded for the first time, then update the following in the
Process Manual Bank Statement Processing screen;

Field name Description M/O/C User action and Comment

Statement Bank Statement number Provide bank
number statement number
Statement number This date describes
M the validity of the bank
statement data.
Opening Bank statement opening Provide opening
balance balance balance
Closing Bank statement closing Provide closing
Balance balance balance
Statement Date in the bank Provide bank
date statement statement date.

8. Press ENTER or Click on the button to enter the transactions.

9. On process manual bank statement, enter the following details;
Field name Description M/O/C User action and Comment
Select the relevant DG10 = Incoming payment
Transaction type transaction type. DG20 = Outgoing payment
Transaction identifies determines DG30 = Bank Charges
type how and to which
accounts the system is
to post the transaction
The date of the Select the date of Value date will be
Value date transaction as per bank M transaction as value considered for currency
statement date valuation
Transactional amount in Enter amount For outgoing payment, the
Amount the statement M Minus (-) sign will precede
the amount.
This reference information User to enter relevant For outgoing payment, use
is used to determine reference number as cheque and advice
which open items should are reflected in the number and for incoming
Bank be cleared. bank statement. payment use also cheque
reference number or advice number
as per the reference that
banks normally display in
the bank statement.


For outgoing payment, it is mandatory to assign Minus (-) sign in front of outgoing amount, if not
assigned, system will show error message;

10. Make sure that transaction entered and closing balance is equal in the BRS processing screen.

11. Click on save button or Ctrl + S to save the statement.

12. System will show a message in the message bar “Statement/List saved.

13. Click on save button Ctrl + S again to update the statement.

14. In case any errors, system will show in the Error Column.

15. Click on the button to go back to the main screen.

16. Click on the Exit button or press Shift+F3 to return to the SAP Easy Access screen.

The system task is complete.