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Securities markets are highly diverse. 

As such, the effort and investment required to implement the UTI for each party in the lifecycle of a transaction will differ.

To facilitate the implementation of the UTI, it’s important to understand the different actors involved as well as their roles and responsibilities in the generation and communication of the UTI.

The Market Guidelines and Implementation Summary was developed in close collaboration with the industry to respond to this need. Read the guidelines to learn more about generating and communicating Unique Transaction Identifiers for settlement of securities trades.

Unique Transaction Identifier market guidelines and implementation summary

Download the Market guidelines and implementation summary for more information about how the UTI is generated

Which third-party application providers are UTI-ready?

We’re working closely with our community of application providers, equipping them with everything they need to make their applications UTI-ready. That includes specifications, UTI market guidelines and testing facilities to support financial institutions in their UTI adoption journey. 

Below are the third-party application providers* that have informed us about the UTI readiness of their application.

Application provider

Application name

Application release

Application channel



Version 18

On premise and in the cloud


IMS Trade Process

Version 6

On premise and in the (public & private) cloud


SimCorp Dimension and SimCorp SaaS

Release 23.10

On premise and in the cloud

S&P Global Market Intelligence

Securities Processing

All versions are supported, including also most recent Version 15.X

On premise and in the cloud

TCS Tata Consultancy services

TCS BaNCS Global Securities Platform (GSP)

Version 19.0.0

On premise and in the cloud

*This list of application providers (“Listed Firms”) and related information (the Listed Firms and such information collectively, the “Displayed Information”) is provided for the convenience of Swift customers. The Displayed Information has been generated from various sources (including from the Listed Firms) and we do not guaranty or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or “up-to-date” nature of any Displayed Information. We make no warranties or representations of any kind, whether expressed or implied, with respect to any Displayed Information and will not be responsible or liable for its quality. Swift reserves the right to change or remove any Displayed Information (including any Listed Firm) from time to time without notice or formality. For more information, please consult the applicable Swift Partner Programme Terms & Conditions.

Go a step further

Are you a third-party application provider and would like to understand how to make your application UTI-ready? Contact our team of experts now.