Messaging solutions for banking and payments
You rely on us for secure and reliable messaging for correspondent and corporate payments and banking. That’s our core. We also have solutions to mitigate operational and compliance risks, keeping your business safe and sound.
The enhanced Swift platform for payments
Our vision is for instant and frictionless payments, from account to account, anywhere in the world.
Enable your customers to send fast, predictable, cost-effective and secure low-value cross-border payments anywhere in the...
Eliminate frictions in international payments by upfront verification of account details in real time.
Here for you when things go wrong.
Streamline and automate your exception management processes with gpi Case Resolution.
Stop and Recall
In collaboration with the banking and corporate communities, Swift is designing additional payment services for delivering...
Cross-border payments, transformed.
Instant cross-border payments
Interbank payments and correspondent banking
Secure, reliable, compliant, efficient: we offer complete solutions for your correspondent banking needs
Meet BCBS reporting requirements and manage intraday liquidity better
Removing friction in cross-border payments
When making a payment, delays, lack of visibility, or a loss of information can lead to poor user experiences with costly consequences.
In a landscape where users expect all of their payments to be fast, trackable and predictable, financial institutions need to reduce friction in cross-border payments.
In this SWIFT at Sibos 2021 session, we’ll take a closer look at where frictions arise and what tools are available to help the industry address this challenge.
Latest news on payments
CBDCs interoperability: 5 key takeaways from our ground-breaking experiments
We’re laying the foundations for global payments using Central Bank Digital Currencies. Find out how.
Addressing sanctions friction in an instant payments world
Financial crime compliance is an increasingly complex and expensive process, and the reputational and cost consequences...