When your user has an Adyen business account, they can:
- Receive business-related payments to their Adyen business account.
- Send business-related fund transfers or payments to third-party bank accounts. For example, they can pay out their suppliers from their Adyen business account.
Account holders must have the receiveFromThirdParty capability before they can receive funds to their Adyen business account.
The sender can send the funds to the Adyen business account's IBAN. This IBAN is returned in the API response when you created the business account number.
When Adyen receives funds, Adyen informs your server through a webhook.
Account holders must have the sendToThirdParty capability before they can send funds from their Adyen business account.
The steps to send funds from an Adyen business account is the same as paying out funds to third parties. With an Adyen business account, the benefit is that the IBAN is shown in the business statement of the recipient.