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Where can machine readable standard definitions be found?
Machine-readable schemas for all ISO 20022 base standards are available from iso20022.org and MyStandards is where communities and institutions publish the subsets of these that they have implemented, known as Usage Guidelines. The CBPR+ Usage Guidelines, which will be used in place of MTs in category 1, 2 and 9 by November 2025, are published here.
Where can I find an ISO 20022 tutorial?
The SWIFTSmart e-learning platform includes training modules for: Introduction to ISO 20022 and MX, ISO 20022 Adoption for CBPR+ and (new) Dive into CBPR+ message flows.
Is there a central repository of translation information like an ISO 20022 wiki?
The ISO 20022 Central Repository (composed of the ISO 20022 Business Process Catalogue and Data Dictionary), key to the ISO 20022 standard, is publicly available on the iso20022.org website.
Are middleware and interface products available?
SWIFT is transforming its portfolio to support the adoption of ISO 20022, updating its current interfaces to offer ISO 20022 enhancements and offering Translation as a standalone product or as embedded in a SWIFT messaging interface (IPLA, AMH, SIL).
Where can I sign-up for ISO 20022 training?
To build the necessary ISO 20022 expertise and capacity within your institution, reach out to your SWIFT account manager or contact us via the Tailored Learning page.
Vendors cannot access the translation portal on mySWIFT. How can vendors obtain the MT/MX translation information?
Licences are available for vendors to obtain MT/MX translation products. Three licensing modules are available; a simple licence to access the CBPR+ Translation Portal (CBPR+ Translation Library), a licence to enable the embedding of the Translator in your application (Embedded Translator Runtime), or an option to enable custom programming (Embedded Translator Designer).
For more information, contact us and one of our local business development representatives will follow-up with you.