SWIFT announced today that Uruguay’s Central Bank’s real-time gross settlement system (RTGS) is now live on SWIFT.
Alain Raes, Chief Executive, EMEA and Asia Pacific, Swift, reflects on the cyber discussion at Sibos and talks about the programme Swift is running to help banks, their counterparties and their wider communities to tackle the cyber threat collectively going forward.
Wells Fargo has failed to convince a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it by an Ecuadorian bank in connection with a $12 million theft made over the Swift network.
Nicolas Stuckens, Head of Sanctions compliance services, SWIFT, talks about how the compliance discussion has evolved to place a real focus on better fighting financial crime, and on how to leverage utilities to access best of breed solutions, standards and market practice and achieve better quality and effectiveness.
Kevin Johnson, Head of Innotribe Innovation Programmes, SWIFT, speaks about how the fintech ecosystem has evolved and trends in competition versus collaboration.
Wim Raymaekers, Global Head of the Banking Market, SWIFT, discusses the changes in the payments industry in the last year, and the next frontiers of innovation in payments.
As announced at Sibos 2016 in Geneva, SWIFT has published a series of SWIFTSmart eLearning modules.
SWIFT today announced that Swedish financial services group, Nordea Bank AB, has become the first subscriber to its new Payments Data Quality service, an advanced reporting and data analytics solution that helps financial institutions comply with new requirements stemming from the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) Recommendation 16.
SWIFT today announces the publication of a new paper discussing opportunities for banks to streamline their internal routing practices.
Interbank co-operative Swift is promising to name and shame banking members who fail to measure up to a new set of core security standards that are set to be introduced in Q2 2017.
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