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An any-to-any format translation solution to define, enrich, validate and translate messages

Swift Translator provides quick and easy message translation, defining, mapping and validating messages from any format to ISO20022 or MT. It combines decades of Swift expertise with state-of-the-art technology. 

Over 200 world-leading financial institutions nave already adopted Swift Translator to facilitate their message translations.

Swift Translator and Libraries

Swift Translator

Swift Translator's easy-to-use mapping solution can help you significantly simplify the transition from MT and various proprietary  messages to ISO 20022, reducing migration costs and risks. 

Swift Translator is also fully compatible with the MyStandards suite to further optimise your standards migration and customer  onboarding.

Swift Translation Libraries

As optional content to Swift Translator, we offer ready-to-use MT/ISO 20022 conversion libraries with pre-defined definitions of messages and validation rules, which further optimises your ISO 20022 migration. 

These off the shelf libraries alleviate what would otherwise be time and cost-consuming analysis and design, allowing you to reinvest  resources where they're truly needed.

Over 200 financial institutions are already using Swift Translator

Get in touch to learn more about becoming one of them.

Document centre

Last update: 6 December 2022

Case study: Société Générale and Eiffage - MyStandards

Société Générale and Eiffage are taking client onboarding to the next level with MyStandards.

Last update: 30 June 2022

Webinar recording - MyStandard session with BNYMellon

Hear from Isabelle Bouille, Principal Product Manager at BNY Mellon Treasury Services

Last update: 7 June 2022

DTCC: ISO 20022 corporate actions messaging

With MyStandards, DTCC found the crucial support to significantly ease the transition to ISO 20022.