Set Up GIRO Arrangement

Find out how you can set up a GIRO arrangement easily using iBanking.

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GIRO is an electronic bill payment option to facilitate automated payments to Billing Organisations, which reduces the hassle of performing ad-hoc payments when you receive your bills.

You can set up GIRO arrangements conveniently using these channels:

iBanking
  • Log in to iBanking with your User ID and PIN.
  • Select Pay and click on Add GIRO Arrangement.
  • Log in with your 6-Digit iB Secure PIN.
  • Choose the Billing Organisation you wish to make payment to.
  • Indicate the Payment Limit you wish to allow the billing organisation to debit from your account.
  • Indicate the Account you wish to make payment from.
  • Click Next.
  • Verify the Details of the Transaction and follow the 2-Factor Authentication Instructions.
  • Click Submit.

Important: Your GIRO Arrangement via Internet Banking will be effective 14 days after submission. You will receive a confirmation letter after a successful application.


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Card and PIN
  • Click here to set up your GIRO Arrangement
  • Select Card and PIN if you do would like to login using your Debit/ATM Card and PIN.
  • Verify that your name is correct.
  • Choose the Billing Organisation you wish to make payment to, and key in the Bill Reference Number.
  • Indicate the Payment Limit you wish to allow the billing organisation to debit from your account.
  • Indicate the Account you wish to make payment from.
  • Click Continue.
  • Verify the Details of the Transactions and click Submit.

Important: Your GIRO Arrangement via Internet Banking will be effective 14 days after submission. You will receive a confirmation letter after a successful application.

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