Erica Åhman, Head of Nordics, SWIFT, speaks about the value of this year’s SWIFT Nordics Regional Conference in Oslo for the Norwegian and Nordic communities, and what important global payments topics will be discussed, alongside securities and an Innotribe session.
Bank-to-bank payment network Swift is to tap the brainpower of UK university students in an effort to find new ways for banks to more cost-effectively serve the global remittance market.
SWIFT announces today that the Innotribe Startup Challenge for Africa is open for applications.
CloudMargin, the multi award-winning provider of innovative web-based collateral and margin management workflow, has announced it has become the first cloud-based collateral management solution to become a member of SWIFT, providing CloudMargin clients with direct market connectivity through SWIFT - consolidating multiple collateral pools, margin messaging, automating collateral deliveries, receipts and substitutions and monitoring settlements.
SWIFT announces the Philippines Corporate-To-Bank (C2B) Initiative to improve financial operations for corporates in the Philippines.
SWIFT announces that 45 leading banks have signed up to its global payments innovation initiative, announced at the end of December 2015.
More than 2,000 financial institutions have signed up for The Know Your Customer (KYC) Registry, SWIFT's centralised repository which maintains a standardised set of information about financial institutions required for KYC compliance.
Four years after taking the unprecedented step of barring Iranian banks from the Swift network, the Belgian-based co-operative is preparing to welcome the country's banks back into the fold following verification of a political agreement reached with Western powers over Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Fintech will be high on the agenda at this year's World Economic Forum jamboree in Davos, as senior bankers take to the stage to discuss the digital convulsion hitting their industry, and smaller startups stalk the halls.
Swift’s KYC Registry continues to gain momentum with some of the largest banks in Eastern Europe and as far east as Mongolia
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