ISO 20022 Programme

The ISO 20022 Programme will change the way you send cross-border payments and reporting instructions. Find out what this means for you.

Formulating a standardised approach

Defining market practice for FI to FI payments & reporting

To define a common best practice in using ISO 20022 for FI to FI payments and reporting, we are facilitating the collaboration across representatives of the community with the Cross-Border Payments and Reporting Plus (CBPR+) group.

The working group, formed of international payments experts*, will formulate global market practice, usage guidelines and translation rules for the adoption of ISO 20022.

The development of a standardised global approach will also help lower the implementation cost for the industry as a whole.

To see the CBPR+ usage guidelines, 

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Usage guidelines are available

MT ISO 20022 equivalent Availability timeline
MT 103 / 102 pacs.008.001.0x Published July 2019
MT 200 / 201 / 202 / 202 COV / 203 / 205 pacs.009.001.0x Published July 2019
MT 103 RETURN / MT 202 or 202 COV RETURN pacs.004.001.0x Published July 2019
Business ACK / NACK pacs.002.001.0x Published July 2019
Business Application Header (BAH) head.001.001.0x Under review by CBPR+ group
MT 210 camt.057.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 900 / 910 camt.054.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 941 / 942 camt.052.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 920 / 973 camt.060.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 940 / 950 camt.053.001.0x Published November 2019
MT n92 camt.056.001.0x Published November 2019
MT n96 camt.029.001.0x Planned for availability by December 2019
MT 204 pacs.010.001.0x Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT n95 camt.026.001.0x, camt 087.001.0x, others tbc Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT 103 REVERSE pacs.003.001.0x Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT n98 / n99
  • Not in scope of CBPR+, customer should move from using proprietary & free form messages to structured ISO 20022 equivalent messages
  • Customers can agree bilaterally and continue to exchange these messages
 
MT ISO 20022 equivalent Availability timeline
MT 103 / 102 pacs.008.001.0x Published July 2019
MT 200 / 201 / 202 / 202 COV / 203 / 205 pacs.009.001.0x Published July 2019
MT 103 RETURN / MT 202 or 202 COV RETURN pacs.004.001.0x Published July 2019
Business ACK / NACK pacs.002.001.0x Published July 2019
Business Application Header (BAH) head.001.001.0x Under review by CBPR+ group
MT 210 camt.057.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 900 / 910 camt.054.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 941 / 942 camt.052.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 920 / 973 camt.060.001.0x Published November 2019
MT 940 / 950 camt.053.001.0x Published November 2019
MT n92 camt.056.001.0x Published November 2019
MT n96 camt.029.001.0x Planned for availability by December 2019
MT 204 pacs.010.001.0x Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT n95 camt.026.001.0x, camt 087.001.0x, others tbc Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT 103 REVERSE pacs.003.001.0x Planned for availability by Q2 2020
MT n98 / n99
  • Not in scope of CBPR+, customer should move from using proprietary & free form messages to structured ISO 20022 equivalent messages
  • Customers can agree bilaterally and continue to exchange these messages
 

 

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