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Cash transaction report
The Cash transaction report gives you detailed information about the physical cash (notes and coins), cheque and foreign currency (FX) portion of transactions in the selected account. It also contains reference information, including how the money was deposited or withdrawn and where the transaction was processed.
Cash and cheque portions
The report shows you how much of the total transaction amount was cash and how much was cheque.
The report shows you the FX portion of each transaction, if applicable.
If there are multiple currencies, for example a deposit with 3 different currencies, you will see the following fields repeated for each currency:
- FX transaction reference
- FX DR/CR
- FX amount
- FX currency
- FX exchange rate.
Reading the Cash transaction report
Each row displays the data for a single transaction.
Report columns explained
The account number you selected for the report.
The date BNZ processed or posted the transaction.
Shows whether the transaction is a credit or a debit.
Transaction reference number
A unique number assigned to this transaction. Quote this if you need to talk to us about the transaction.
The name of the BNZ branch where the transaction was processed. You can find the full street address of that branch on our Branch and ATM finder page.
Mode of transaction
How the money was deposited or withdrawn, for example teller (TLR) or ATM.
Particulars, Code, Reference
These fields show the transaction information available in your statement.
Total transaction amount.
Currency code of the Total amount.
Total of the cash portion of the transaction.
Currency code of the cash portion of the transaction.
Total of the cheque portion of the transaction.
Currency code of the cheque portion of the transaction.
FX transaction reference
A unique number assigned to the FX portion of this transaction. Quote this if you need to talk to us about the FX transaction.
Indicates if the FX portion of the transaction is a credit or a debit.
Total of the FX portion of the transaction.
FX currency code
Currency code of the FX portion of the transaction.
FX exchange rate
The rate used to convert the FX portion of the transaction into the NZD equivalent amount.