Name Screening service: Solving PEP and sanctions challenges using leading technology and data, within a secure and simple hosted tool

SWIFT’s new service helps institutions mitigate sanctions risks, and helps them identify which of their clients, suppliers, etc. are politically exposed persons when screenings individual names and entire databases. The services allows our clients to access sophisticated workflow, audit, and hit reduction in a hosted tool.

Sibos: Closing Plenary

Satya Nadella, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Microsoft, will deliver the closing plenary address at Sibos 2017 Toronto on Thursday 19 October, with a look at how technology is profoundly impacting every aspect of our society and economies.

How do global corporates expect to experience gpi from their banks? From corporate endorsement to gpi enlightenment

SWIFT gpi is live, delivering fast, transparent and traceable cross-border payments with a guarantee of unaltered remittance information. Corporates worldwide have endorsed the new service and welcomed the transformation of cross-border payments. Keen to reap the benefits, they are now eager to find out how the gpi offering will be tailored to their needs and requirements. In this interactive workshop 4 global corporates will share their expectations and discuss how SWIFT gpi can best support their business strategy.

The growing significance of disruptive innovation and artificial intelligence

The effects of technological innovation within our industry and on wider society are of a scale never witnessed before. Commentators have spoken of a ‘fourth industrial revolution’ that will transform both the workplace and our daily lives. Amidst this change, talk has shifted from disintermediation to collaboration - FinTechs and financial services cannot be separated. The FinTech sector relies on banks, as trusted partners, to help scale and perform the final mile of transactions.

The Future of Money

This year’s Future of Money debate will focus on data, how it creates value and how it’s used: Real-time data is fuelling rapid growth in the new economy. Data centres are the oil refineries of the digital age, extracting value from raw information in the form of predictive patterns and other insights. As social media platforms and data-driven start-ups use this digital oil to power targeted advertising and generate new services, so must the financial industry extract more value from their platforms and the abundance of data they possess.

The future is Cloud – Focus on your business while SWIFT operates and manages your infrastructure

More than 2,000 customers benefit from using SWIFT Cloud-based connection to the financial industry. Our customers are banks, corporates and investment managers who can focus on their business strategies, whilst reducing operational burden without compromising on security. Could this be the right choice for you too?

SWIFT gpi – Delivering value to your customers

SWIFT gpi is all about improving the customer experience in cross-border payments by increasing speed, transparency and traceability. Today, global transaction banks are using gpi and its innovative payments Tracker. But how do banks deliver the full value of gpi to their end-customers? Learn how gpi has been integrated into their channels and client portals to create distinctive value. Hear about the role APIs play in enabling customers to ‘self-service’ and to benefit from payments investigations as a service. And discover what this means from a corporate’s perspective.

SWIFT for Corporates – Cutting through the complexity of multi-banking

As the Treasurer of an international corporation, you need to be able to move cash around the globe in a reliable, easy and secure way. To do that, you most probably have to deal with multiple banks to support your payments, treasury and trade finance needs, with each one of them having their own reports and formats. How can you keep a consistent view on your cash positions across the globe – and across your banks? How can you comply with regulations across the regions and more importantly, how do you manage associated risks?