Skip to main content
Header logo

The global provider
of secure financial messaging services

White papers

Explore our white papers on a variety of industry topics.

Last update: 31 October 2017

Risk and compliance index

Vulnerabilities and priorities for Corporates in Asia Pacific

Last update: 21 September 2017

Overcoming data quality challenges in payments

Industry standards and collaboration provide key to greater transparency

Last update: 12 July 2017

Filter testing: improve screening efficiency without compromising effectiveness

Learn how a detailed understanding of your filter’s performance and its alignment with policy can deliver more efficient...

Last update: 12 July 2017

Corporate compliance: stepping outside the comfort zone

While financial institutions have traditionally been the target of regulatory focus, corporates now face growing...

Last update: 9 June 2017

ACAMS Today - Combatting Cyber Fraud in Correspondent Banking

This article from the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists discusses what banks and SWIFT are...

Last update: 9 June 2017

Five questions to ask yourself about your DFS readiness

Five questions to ask yourself about your DFS readiness. New requirements from the New York Department of Financial...

Last update: 21 April 2017

7 questions to ask when choosing a sanctions list provider

SWIFT’s sanctions compliance services enable you to screen transactions and customer names, test and certify the...

Last update: 17 March 2017

ACAMS Today: De-risking and financial inclusion

This article from the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists, discusses the impact of the “de...

Last update: 27 January 2017

Sibos in review: Combatting financial crime

Experts discuss potential benefits of applying a joined-up approach to anti-fraud and AML, and of machine learning...

Last update: 27 January 2017

Sibos in review: The rise of compliance utilities

In the last few years, increasingly onerous regulatory requirements have prompted the development of shared utility...

Loading...
Loading...