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SR2018 Business highlights

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Last update: 
17 November 2017

Highlights of SR 2018 changes

  • Standards releases
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MiFIDII Delegated Act Article 59 usage guidelines for treasury messages

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14 November 2017

MiFIDII Delegated Act Article 59, specific data must be reported to clients after a trade is executed. This document provides guidelines for how SWIFT MT treasury confirmation messages can be used to support compliance with this regulatory requirement.

  • Market practice
  • Treasury markets
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Service Level Master Agreement

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Last update: 
13 November 2017

For some of the customer payment MTs, SWIFT offers its users the opportunity to sign up for specific Service Levels under the Service Level Master Agreement (SLMA) with the aim to help the SWIFT user community to improve the quality of its cross-border...

  • Standards Service Level Agreements
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Service level selection form

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13 November 2017

The signatory of the “Service Level Master Agreement” (SLMA) must use this form to select the Service Level(s) that shall apply to its activities with other participating institutions.

  • Standards Service Level Agreements
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Making speed count for Citi’s custody clients

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13 October 2017

Citi providing client-readiness efficiency tools via SWIFT’s MyStandards and Readiness Portal

  • Collateral
  • Case Studies
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Business Standards and Emerging Technologies

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Last update: 
13 October 2017

For decades, financial industry automation has been based on the exchange of structured financial messages, but this picture is changing rapidly. New automation approaches such as Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) have emerged to challenge messaging’s dominance, while maturing technology, including Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), is being widely deployed in the financial services industry, driven by regulation and competitive forces. In the near future we can look forward to business processes that span multiple automation mechanisms.

  • Reports
  • Information Paper
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Building an ISO 20022 implementation roadmap – for FI

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Last update: 
6 October 2017

How can SWIFT help?

  • ISO 20022
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Standards Release 2017 webinar for market infrastructures

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5 October 2017

Introduction to the SWIFT gpi related changes

  • Standards releases
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SR2017 - SWIFT gpi FAQ

Last update: 
5 October 2017

This document describes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about SR 2017 changes linked to SWIFT gpi. This document is intended for anyone who needs more information about the impact of SWIFT gpi on Market Infrastructures and Financial Institutions (including gpi and non-gpi banks) in SR 2017.

  • Standards releases
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