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Reference Data Management Maturity: Ripe for Change

Navigating FATF Recommendation 16

Article is reprinted from ACAMS Today - The Magazine for Career-Minded Professionals in the Anti-Money Laundering Field


Global securities reporting: Industry trends, challenges and future perspectives


SWIFT and Accenture outline path to Distributed Ledger Technology

New paper analyses the opportunities and challenges of distributed ledger technology in financial services; identifies key factors for success


The talk of Sibos: SWIFT gpi

SWIFT’s global payments innovation (gpi) initiative in the spotlight

Cyber Security

SWIFT’s Customer Security Programme delivering results

Speaking at an industry event, SWIFT’s Chief Information Security Officer, Alain Desausoi, emphasised that SWIFT’s Customer Security Programme is already preventing cyber-attacks


Holistic data solution for comprehensive due diligence

Integration of data from The KYC Registry and Bankers World Online

Market Infrastructure

Malaysia’s New RENTAS System adopts SWIFT connectivity and global standards

Bank Negara Malaysia, and its wholly-owned subsidiary MyClear, announced on 19 September the launch of the New RENTAS

Products and Services

New SWIFTSmart modules released today with focus on security

SWIFT publishes a series of SWIFTSmart eLearning modules as part of Customer Security Programme


Fast forward to Toronto

Interview with Javier Pérez Tasso, chief executive Americas and UK region, SWIFT


Platform for growth

Christian Sarafidis, SWIFT’s chief marketing officer, explains how SWIFT can help to reconcile competing challenges for the financial services community.


SWIFT India soars

Since going live in March, SWIFT’s initiative to support domestic financial messaging in India is bearing fruit, says SWIFT India CEO, Kiran Shetty.


SWIFT broadens, deepens its financial crime compliance services portfolio

Utility services help banks address regulatory change and evolving needs throughout the correspondent banking relationship lifecycle.


What’s new for CSDs

SWIFT is enhancing its value proposition for CSDs and their participants by developing a community offering, which includes standards, products and services combined with competitive commercial conditions.