Bank processing rules

Modified on Tue, 23 Apr at 5:08 PM


All screenshots in the article were taken in the Dutch version of Yuki.

In Yuki you can view an overview of all bank processing rules that are created in a domain.

Only a user with a 'Back office' role in the domain or the 'Management', Financial administration' or 'External accountant' role can view this overview.


A central processing rule of Yuki will always overrule a bank processing rule that is created by a user. One example is the central processing rule that records almost all transfers between business accounts within the same domain automatically on '23000 Internal transfers of funds'. 

Hover your mouse over the Bank icon in the navigation bar and then click on Bank processing rules

The following screen is opened:

The Cache manager button is only available to a user with the 'Back office' role in the domain.

You can click the checkbox of one or more bank processing rules in the Auto complete column to indicate at once which bank transactions should be automatically completed if all the criteria of the relevant bank processing rules are met.

Then click on the Update button so that the new settings in the 'Auto complete' column are updated and saved in the bank processing rules. As a result, bank transactions are automatically processed by Yuki after the bank processing rules have been applied and the transactions no longer enter the workflow.

Click on the New button in order to create a new processing rule. By clicking on > in front of the description of the bank processing rule you can change the corresponding rule.

For a detailed description of how to create bank processing rules, see article Create bank processing rule.

The bank processing rules can be sorted by Ledger account and priority.

In addition you can choose to view all bank processing rules or only the rules that are active on a certain date.

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