Hear more about SWIFT’s latest developments, such as the easy access to our services using APIs, the next version of the mandatory security controls, the Quality Assurance programme as well as the improved features of the KYC-Self Attestation tool and the Payment Controls Service. Make sure you attend and get updated on the Alliance Roadmap and on the Alliance Portfolio as well as on Lite3, AMH Instant, ISO2022 and much more.
The 2018 SWIFT Standards release is only a month away; with this year’s update allowing customers to access a host of new innovations in cross-border payments as part of our SWIFT gpi offering. The release also builds on our Customer Security Programme (CSP), helping our community to tackle and collectively respond to cyber threats and fraud with a set of rigorous payment controls.
All SWIFT users are required to install the 2018 Standards before the deadline of 18 November 2018.
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Exclusive interview with
Amr Soliman, Founder & Executive Chairman
CNBC’s exclusive interview with eVision at the SWIFT Africa Regional Conference in Kigali, Rwanda. Our esteemed Executive Chairman, Amr Soliman discussed the challenges within the SWIFT payment industry and our leading innovative solution FIN-STAT. This complex solution will enable the financial industry to easily become gpi compliant.
SWIFT’s 25th African Regional Conference (ARC) was the largest ARC yet, gathering more than 530 participants from 53 countries in Kigali, Rwanda, to talk about the future of Africa’s financial services sector.
ARC 2017 gathers almost 400 delegates from more than 45 countries in Abidjan to discuss regionalisation, the future of payments, cyber security and financial crime compliance
SWIFT ARC 2017SWIFT’s 24th African Regional Conference focused on how Africa can develop from within. From regional cooperation to technological advancements, tackling cyber challenges to facing increasing financial crime compliance regulations, the three days looked at what is needed to support African growth.