It’s time to join the low-value payments revolution. Learn how to get set up with Swift Go and transform your low-value payments offering. We’ve put together all the resources you’ll need.
Plan your onboarding journey

Discover your roadmap

Banks processing Swift Go payments play one of three roles – sender, intermediary or beneficiary. To get started, you’ll need to choose whether you want to set up one, two or all of these roles for your institution. Your onboarding journey will be slightly different depending on your choices.

Explore each onboarding journey and discover your next steps.

Sender
Learn
1
Sign up to Swift Go
15 min
2
Explore our onboarding resources to learn about your assisted implementation roadmap
Implement & test
15 min
1
Subscribe to Swift Go
15 min
2
Activate your BIC code in our test & training network
1 day
3
Test your systems and make sure you're prepared to go live
1 day
4
Complete our mandatory testcases
Go live
1
Set up your BIC provisioning in a live environment
2
Adapt your front-end and check your Swift Go correspondent routes
7 days
3
Format your transactions according to Swift Go rules
4
Send your first Swift Go payment!
Explore our resources
Intermediary
Learn
1
Sign up to Swift Go
15 min
2
Explore our onboarding resources to learn about your assisted implementation roadmap
Implement & test
15 min
1
Subscribe to Swift Go
15 min
2
Activate your BIC code in our test & training network
1 day
3
Test your systems and make sure you're prepared to go live
1 day
4
Complete our mandatory testcases
Go live
1
Set up your BIC provisioning in a live environment
2
Declare you're reachable in the Swift Go directory
7 days
3
Input your bilateral fees in our confidential fee repository
4
Process your first Swift Go transaction!
Explore our resources
Beneficiary
Learn
1
Sign up to Swift Go
15 min
2
Explore our onboarding resources to learn about your assisted implementation roadmap
Implement & test
15 min
1
Subscribe to Swift Go
15 min
2
Activate your BIC code in our test & training network
1 day
3
Test your systems and make sure you're prepared to go live
1 day
4
Complete our mandatory testcases
Go live
1
Set up your BIC provisioning in a live environment
2
Declare you're reachable in the Swift Go directory
7 days
3
Input your bilateral fees in our confidential fee repository
4
Receive your first Swift Go payment!
Download our getting started guide

Get onboard

There’s a new standard for low-value international payments. Discover it today.

Speak to an expert

Get ready to Go


01
Explore our resources

We’ve created a number of resources that explain everything you need to know about Swift Go. These include a getting started guide for beneficiary banks, interactive training modules and our rulebook. Explore them all today and master Swift Go.


It’s important to test your systems to make sure everything works perfectly ahead of your go live. You’ll need to complete a number of mandatory tests and, if you’re planning to onboard as a sending bank, ensure your custom front end is fully developed. These tests will vary depending on which roles you choose to adopt – explore our onboarding resources for all the information you need.

Set up your environment
02

03
Welcome to the community

We saved the best until last – your first Swift Go payment. With your testing complete and your solution all set up, you’ve done the hard work. Your customers will be able to send money straight from their bank account and rest assured it will arrive on time and in one piece. Welcome to the community.