At the end of 2013, the Watch offering started its migration to a new state-of-the-art Business Intelligence platform with FIN Traffic Analytics, followed by Value Analytics at the beginning of 2014.
In November 2014, another important milestone has been reached. Users of Traffic Analytics now have access to InterAct information on the new platform with the same easy-to-use wizards.
It includes additional volume figures on TSU, Accord, Jasdec, DTCC and Crest for example.
If you want to find out more access the InterAct factsheet.
The Business Intelligence @Sibos in Boston – Wrap-up report is now available.
This report includes, among other elements:
An introduction on our new BI solutions: Watch for Securities and On-site BI.
A summary of some special interest sessions:
Testimonials of business practitioners on how they use Business Intelligence tools to help manage their business activities.
Happy reading and do not hesitate to contact us.
See you in Singapore! 12-15 October 2015
SWIFT's October RMB Tracker shows that over the past two years, international RMB payments between ‘true offshore' trading centres (excluding China and Hong Kong) have grown by +837% in value, compared to an overall growth of +378%, reaching a share of 3.25% in September 2014. True offshore international RMB payments are transactions taking place between RMB centres (e.g. Singapore, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, etc.) without involving China and Hong Kong.
This RMB Tracker provides key statistics to understand the progress made in China's Renminbi (RMB) towards becoming an international currency.
On top of the RMB Tracker, we offer RMB Market Insights. This report is designed as a means to track in detail and follow the growth of RMB and its impact on the financial industry as a whole. The report will help in identifying the top currencies including their growth across various markets as well as the top countries using RMB across all these markets. In addition, an analysis of specific message types containing RMB transactions is included, showing the number of transactions, as well as transaction value and activity share versus total SWIFT.
For more information about RMB Market Insights, please contact your Account Manager or Watch@swift.com.
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