SWIFT, a co-operative of more than 10,000 financial institutions around the world, has launched a new business intelligence tool in its compliance services suite that will help banks monitor and address financial crime risk.
SWIFT, the financial messaging provider for more than 10,000 financial institutions in 212 countries and territories, has appointed Fineksus, a software and professional services firm, as business partner for the Middle East and Turkey.
SmartStream Technologies, the financial transaction lifecycle management specialist, has implemented its Global Holiday Calendar at Swift.
The Global Holiday Calendar provides coverage of trading sessions, exchange holidays, bank holida
Dubai’s infrastructure advantage which has attracted a diverse set of financial services companies was highlighted in a recent report.
The report entitled ‘Dubai as an International Financial Centre: Threats and Opport
US-based telecom operator AT&T has extended its network connectivity solutions to the Swift community, a provider of secure financial messaging services, in the Middle East.
AT&T's IP virtual private network ser
Swift Worldwide Resources, a UK-based supplier of manpower to the oil and gas industry, has opened its new office in Kuwait.
The new office, located in the Ajial Mall Complex at Fahaheel, will focus on placing oil sector engineers
Swift, the financial messaging provider for more than 10,000 banks, securities institutions and corporate customers in 212 countries and territories, said its business in the Middle East has outperformed the total growth of its business globally
Danish freight forwarder DSV has agreed to buy Dubai-based Swift Freight, it said on Monday, with the aim of expanding in the Middle East and Africa.
Swift generated revenue of about $70 million in the last 12 mont
Swift has announced the launch of ‘sanctions screening’, a centralised service for small and medium-sized financial institutions in need of a cost-effective, easy route to comply with sanctions regulations.
The Society for Worldwide Inter
Belgium-based Swift, which operates the bulk of global cross-border payments, will cut off sanctioned Iranian banks on Saturday under tighter EU financial sanctions on Tehran.
Swift (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunicat