• Simple application

    Our automated clearing platform lets you manage several bank accounts through your current account

  • Centralised management

    Save time and manage your cash more efficiently through our Automated Clearing House service

  • Clearing efficiency

    Unlike other banks, your collection and payment files are cleared by the Central Bank of Taiwan

  • Low cost

    Standard Chartered’s ACH provides you with a low-cost solution to mass or inter-bank remittances


The Advantages Of ACH
  • Simple application

    Standard Chartered’s synchronised platform works seamlessly with those of other banks under our Automated Clearing House service, which means you can manage your accounts with several institutions through a single Standard Chartered current and savings account.

  • Centralised management

    Through our ACH service, you can easily manage your receivables and payments through a single account, which ensures the more efficient management of your cash.

  • Clearing efficiency

    Unlike the remittance systems of other banks, once you have submitted your collection and payment files to Standard Chartered, your data is transmitted via our ACH service to the Central Bank of Taiwan for clearing, as per requirements of the Taiwan Clearing House.

  • Low cost

    Unlike traditional remittance services, Standard Chartered’s ACH service features low management fees, which makes it a cost-effective solution for clients who require mass inter-bank collections and payments.

How ACH Can Benefit You
  • Debit accounts

    You can use ACH to manage the payment of your rent, tuition, insurance premiums and union fees etc.

  • Credit accounts

    Use ACH to facilitate payroll, delivery of cash dividends, and payment of scholarships etc.

* General speaking, ACH service is a batch remittance system developed by the Taiwan Clearing House, which uses an automatic process system to help companies and organizations easily transfer payments to payees (ACH payment service), or collect payments that are owed (ACH collection service).

Terms and Conditions

    1. Standard Chartered Bank (Taiwan) Limited reserves the right to terminate or modify this program as well as contents and agreement of the product at any time.
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      For mobile phone, please call: (02)4051-0088

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