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Your route to ISO 20022 and the CBPR+ guidelines

ISO 20022 is becoming the default standard used for exchange of payments and cash management messages. The new standard offer opportunities to improve the quality of the information exchanged. In turn, this allows for more transparency in the business, increased efficiency and compliance levels, and improved automation.

With the ISO 20022 adoption well underway, years of industry practice and experience in managing Swift’s MT messaging standards needs to be replaced with new skills.

Now is the time to build the necessary expertise and capacity within your institution and to plan for a smooth transition and reap benefits of the ISO 20022 structure and methodology.

Whether you are involved directly or indirectly in payment operations, you need to understand how ISO 20022 affect your organisation and your processes.

Swift learning services are here to support you.

To facilitate your journey with adopting ISO 20022 and the CBPR+ guidelines, Swift is offering a two days seminar tailored to payments operations staff, payments business analysts and product owners, as well as IT staff looking for an initial overview of ISO 20022 and the CBPR+ guidelines.

Check out the available dates and locations

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The seminar will guide you through the necessary fundamentals:

  • message information flows
  • message standards in scope of the ISO 20022 adoption
  • CBPR+ guidelines
  • tools and services that can ease you through the adoption (e.g. message validation and mapping rules using MyStandards)

This seminar has a modular structure that allows you to build your knowledge of the new standards systematically. Each module includes a combination of theoretical presentations, group discussions, hands-on activities and review exercises that help contextualise your key learnings.