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CGI-MP: simplifying corporate-to-bank implementations

The Common Global Implementation (CGI) initiative aims to simplify various payment related corporate-to-bank implementations by promoting the wider acceptance of ISO 20022 XML. 

The initiative provides a forum for banks, bank associations, corporates, corporate associations, vendors and market infrastructures.

The CGI group works to achieve its goals through consultation, collaboration and agreement on common implementation templates for various ISO 20022 financial messages. By publishing and promoting these messages, the group aims to attain their widespread recognition and adoption.

It focuses on the general message structure and successful creation of individual transactions that can be executed by participating banks.

A corporate can use the same message structure for all their payments with all of their transaction banks reaching any payment system across the globe.

CGI-MP digitisation: CGI-MP Working Groups published ISO 20022 best practice guidelines, use cases and user handbook on MyStandards. Please access to the CGI-MP portal of MyStandards.
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7 Sep 2021 - Join ISO 20022 CGI-MP Plenary at 3pm (UK). Learn from the ISO 20022 experts on how to drive digital innovation in the Corporate-to-Bank space.
7 Sep 2021 - Join ISO 20022-MyStandards Webinar at 2pm (UK): "Helping Corporates realise the additional benefits of ISO 20022" by the CGI-MP leaders.

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Work Groups

From bank-to-customer reporting to electronic bank account management (eBAM), the CGI Work Groups focus on a number of different ISO 20022 message types.


Find out who is involved in the CGI-MP initiative, from the management team to contributing members and observers.

Swift support

We are supporting the CGI initiative through active participation in the ongoing work programme and the publication of CGI documents.