Swift's innovation arm Innotribe has partnered with Daniel McAuley and Steve Weiner, co-founders of Wharton FinTech, to explore the role played by the millennial generation in shaping the future of finance.
Nordnet together with Fidelity are the first in Sweden to introduce electronic mutual fund transfers via SWIFT.
Deutsche Bank’ Global Transaction Banking (GTB) division has embedded SWIFT’s Know Your Customer (KYC) Registry, a centralised repository that maintains a standardised set of information about correspondent banks required for KYC compliance, into its KYC procedures.
Recent SWIFT data shows that the growth in RMB payments is supported by an increasing number of banks.
SWIFT, in collaboration with The Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM) announce the launch of a new rulebook for the purpose of promoting message standards in the Islamic banking and finance market.
The Innotribe Startup Challenge attendees selected the five finalists from the American leg of the Startup Challenge to compete at Sibos Singapore in October.
London's burgeoning reputation as the tech and financial capital of Europe is to be rewarded in 2019 when it will play host to the annual Swift international banking conference, Sibos, for the first time in the event's 37-year history.
SWIFT announces that its Standards Consulting Services team has delivered over 150 ISO 20022 consulting projects to more than 70 clients across the globe.
The Russian SWIFT National User and Member Group, ROSSWIFT, has been given approval by the Central Bank of the Russia Federation (CBRF) to roll out SWIFT’s Know Your Customer (KYC) Registry to Russian financial institutions.
SWIFT announces the availability of Watch for Securities, a new business intelligence solution that helps securities market participants to monitor and gain valuable business insights from their network traffic.
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