How the bank of England will build a new RTGS system for the United Kingdom
The Bank of England will over the next three years build an entirely new RTGS system.
The harmonised approach to ISO 20022 adoption
Patrik Neutjens, programme director at Swift talks to us about the launch of the ‘ISO 20022 Harmonisation Forum’ and the...
MI Forum – What we learned in 2016
December 2016 edition of MI Forum magazine on-line
Blockchain has the power to resolve the paradox of infrastructural innovation
Views of Viriginie O'Shea, senior analyst at Aite Group, on blockchain
Safety and speed are not alternatives
Are their boundaries to the unstoppable movement towards instant payments?
The truly resilient infrastructure is not afraid to learn from other industries
CLS is continuously exploring and adapting risk management techniques pioneered by other industries, says John Hagon...
Ask not what infrastructures can do for their users but what users can do
Views from Swift on the role of market infrastructures
Sharing what Swift has learned about RT-RPS
Views from Swift on RT-RPS
CCP risk is a borderless question in need of a global answer
Natasha de Teran, head of corporate affairs at Swift explores the need for a co-ordinated response from international...
Norges Bank is the second central bank to adopt the Market Infrastructure Resiliency Service (MIRS), the RTGS resiliency...