Join us at Standards Forum Sydney 2018

The Standards Forum at Sibos will help you understand the benefits standards can bring to your business. In 2018, we will deliver a comprehensive programme designed to facilitate discussion and collaboration around ISO 20022 adoption, emerging technologies like APIs and standards.

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Who should attend?

The Standards Forum is open to all Sibos delegates. Throughout the Sibos week, the Standards Forum will be the centre of expertise on standards for the benefit of all relevant stakeholders, including business line owners, product managers, banks, standardisers, market practitioners, regulators and vendors.

Highlights and approach of the 2018 Sibos Standards Forum

This year's overall theme for the forum will be "Standards – where business and standardization meet". There will be two key areas that are going to draw most attention at this year's Sibos Standards Forum: ISO 20022 migration, and Standards and APIs.

Why attend?

Explore collaborative solutions that address key industry challenges.
Join the Standards Forum to:

  • Get the latest updates on ISO 20022 
  • Meet leading industry experts face-to-face from all areas of business and technology 
  • Network with your peers and contribute to the debate on some of today’s most pressing industry challenges
  • Register now join us for debate and dialogue on the Standards Forum stand at Sibos 2018 Sydney.
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The sessions you don't want to miss

What When

ISO 20022 migration: will it be a marathon or a sprint?

 

In April 2018 SWIFT launched a detailed community consultation setting out the drivers for ISO 20022 migration for different business areas and a proposed migration approach, and seeking community feedback on the key questions of how, when and what to migrate.
In this interactive session, we will share insights on how the community reacted to the proposed migration strategy and discuss practical implications with key market players and standards experts.

Monday,
15:30 - 16:15

ISO 20022 migration: the time is now

 

In April 2018 SWIFT launched a large scale community consultation on migrating cross-border MT traffic to ISO 20022. Following this consultation and the feedback received on the proposed approach, this session will take a closer look at overall market trends and readiness of the SWIFT community to migrate to ISO 20022.  We will  also share how SWIFT plans to support the migration and present  solutions to help users in their journey.

Tuesday, 14:30 - 15:15

API-Culture: In need of Standards!

 

As more and more implementations in financial services are designing and exposing APIs, there is a growing need to guarantee a close interoperability with other financial communication channels. During this interactive session, we will explore how this can be achieved using the existing ISO20022 business standard.

Wednesday,

09:15 - 10:00

What When

ISO 20022 migration: will it be a marathon or a sprint?

 

In April 2018 SWIFT launched a detailed community consultation setting out the drivers for ISO 20022 migration for different business areas and a proposed migration approach, and seeking community feedback on the key questions of how, when and what to migrate.
In this interactive session, we will share insights on how the community reacted to the proposed migration strategy and discuss practical implications with key market players and standards experts.

Monday,
15:30 - 16:15

ISO 20022 migration: the time is now

 

In April 2018 SWIFT launched a large scale community consultation on migrating cross-border MT traffic to ISO 20022. Following this consultation and the feedback received on the proposed approach, this session will take a closer look at overall market trends and readiness of the SWIFT community to migrate to ISO 20022.  We will  also share how SWIFT plans to support the migration and present  solutions to help users in their journey.

Tuesday, 14:30 - 15:15

API-Culture: In need of Standards!

 

As more and more implementations in financial services are designing and exposing APIs, there is a growing need to guarantee a close interoperability with other financial communication channels. During this interactive session, we will explore how this can be achieved using the existing ISO20022 business standard.

Wednesday,

09:15 - 10:00

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Additional information

For more information, please contact: standards.forum@swift.com 
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