FEBAN SAP tcode for – Bank statement postprocessing

Here we would like to draw your attention to FEBAN transaction code in SAP. This can clearly take you where you want to go as we are explaining it in detail with the help of screenshots of the SAP FEBAN tcode. As we know it is being used in the SAP Bank accounting module.

FEBAN is a transaction code used for Bank statement postprocessing in SAP. This is commonly used in the component SAP Bank accounting (FI-BL) of the FI module. It comes under the package FTE_NAD. When we execute this transaction code, SAPLNEW_FEBA is the normal standard SAP program that is being executed in background.

SAP FEBAN Screenshot

Below shown is the screenshot of FEBAN transaction code initial screen to enter data (taken from SAP ERP 6.0 EHP8, version for SAP HANA SP11 ) for your easiness. It can be effortlessly accessible by entering it in the command box in the left top corner and hitting enter button.
SAP FEBAN tcode screenshot

The screenshot given below is the technical data of FEBAN transaction code. [Data taken by transaction code SE93].
SAP FEBAN tcode technical details

Transaction FEBAN technical data table

PurposeBank statement postprocessing
Program runningSAPLNEW_FEBA
Screen No100

FEBAN Tcode Features

PurposeManage bank statements and reconcile them with SAP records.
What it does– Allows you to compare bank statement entries with SAP documents like payments, receipts, etc. – Helps identify and correct discrepancies between the two. – Enables you to clear and post entries once reconciled.
Benefits– Improves accuracy of financial records. – Saves time and effort in manual reconciliation. – Provides a clear overview of cash flow.
Key functions– Display bank statements. – Match bank statement entries with SAP documents. – Clear and post reconciled entries. – Generate reports.
Who uses it– Accountants – Financial analysts – Treasury personnel
Related transactions– FF67: Import bank statements from electronic files. – FEBA: Display bank account balances and transactions.
Tips– Use variants to personalize FEBAN for specific tasks. – Leverage the search function to find specific entries. – Export data to spreadsheets for further analysis.