Swift

866 results about this entity

Period: 22 Jul 2008 - 21 May 2024

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Swift opens API channel for ISO 20022 corporate payment tracking

Swift is working with 25 leading cash management banks and 20 corporates to develop a white labelled transaction tracking service for ISO 20022 messages across the entire payment chain.

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US FS giants explore multi-asset settlement using share ledger tech

A host of major US financial services firms - including Citi, JP Morgan, and Visa - are taking part in a Regulated Settlement Network (RSN) proof-of-concept that will explore multi-asset settlement using shared ledger technology.

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Veritran joins Swift partner programme

Veritran today announces a collaboration with Swift, the world’s leading provider of financial messaging services, that will enable financial institutions to offer an enhanced and streamlined cross-border payments experience to their customers.

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UniCredit expands Swift GPI to retail clients

UniCredit is now the first and only bank across its core markets to offer Swift GPI on international payments across each of its client segments - from retail clients up to SMEs and multinational corporates - following its recent roll-out of the free service in Austria, Italy and Germany.

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Swift hails results of CBDC connector testing

Swift says a new round of sandbox testing has found that its central bank digital currency interlinking technology can enable financial institutions to carry out a wide range of transactions using CBDCs and other forms of digital tokens, easily incorporating them into their business practices.

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Swift selected to build national confirmation of payee service in Australia

Financial messaging co-operative Swift has been enlisted by Australian Payments Plus (AP+) to build a confirmation of payee service to reduce the risk of misdirected payments and increase defences against payment fraud.

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Numeral offers Swift as payment option

Numeral, the payment technology provider, today announces the support of Swift payments, enabling companies and financial institutions to automate cross-border payments with their partner banks to more than 200 countries, in addition to local European SEPA as well as UK Bacs, FPS, and CHAPS payments, from a single platform.

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NextGen Nordics 2024: What to expect from this year's conference

Finextra is returning to Stockholm for the annual NextGen Nordics event. Attendees can expect in-depth conversations on a variety of topics, and much more.

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NextGen Nordics 2024: Payments is ready for a refresh

Finextra is heading back to Stockholm to delve into the most important topics in the Nordic banking world at our NextGen Nordics 2024 conference on the 23rd of April.

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StoneX adopts Swift’s Payment Pre-validation service

StoneX has announced that it is one of the first financial organizations to enable Swift’s new leading-edge solution for cross-border payments.

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Swift trials electronic bill of lading interoperability model

Swift has partnered with BNY Mellon and Deutsche Bank to test an API-based interoperability model for electronic Bills of Lading (eBL) that it says could help digitise global trade.

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Swift connects instant payment systems to bring 24/7 processing across borders

Swift has connected domestic payment schemes across Europe to provide full transparency and end-to-end tracking for instant cross-border transfers destined for the EU.

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Fiserv joins Swift Partner Programme

Fiserv, Inc. (NYSE: FI), a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions, has expanded its longstanding relationship with Swift by joining the Swift Partner Programme as a Platform Partner.

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Collaboration to Overcome Fragmentation

At Sibos 2023, Stephen Grainger, Chief Executive, Americas & U.K. Region, Swift, discusses how collaborating on standardization, interoperability, and cross-border payments are pushing the financial community to evolve.

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CBI expands Name Check coverage across Europe through Swift’s Pre-Validation service

CBI is an Italian company that develops digital services - including open banking and open finance services - for the financial industry and the Public Administration. CBI is expanding its Confirmation of Payee services to the European level and beyond through the use of Swift's Payment Pre-validation service. This collaboration will enable a broader network of verification and a higher level of security for financial services users. At a future date, Italian banks will be able to pre-validate abroad through CBI, implementing a unique “Confirmation of Payee” solution that will seamlessly work domestically and cross-border.

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Sibos 2023: Wise and Swift move to put hero-villain narrative to bed

Wise’s new collaboration with Swift could make the money transfer giant’s own app redundant, believes CEO Kristo Käärmann. That’s his objective.

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Sibos 2023: Forging a path to global CBDC interoperability

Interoperability was at the centre of Tuesday’s CBDC discussion at Sibos, with the panel investigating how to ensure that these incoming digital currencies will work at the cross-border level.

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Greenomy joins Swift partner programme

ESG reporting software provider, Greenomy, has announced its collaboration with Swift to provide ESG data and reporting capabilities to the Swift community.

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Sibos 2023: Visa and Swift team up to boost global B2B money movement

Swift and Visa have moved to strengthen the connectivity between their networks in a move designed to streamline international B2B payments.

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Sibos 2023: Zumo releases Digital Assets 2023 report

The insights report is the first to comprehensively survey and analyse the emerging areas of opportunity within the global digital asset ecosystem from an enterprise perspective.