SWIFT, the global financial network that banks use to transfer billions of dollars every day, has warned its customers that it was aware of "a number of recent cyber incidents" where attackers had sent fraudulent messages over its syst
SWIFT has announced the availability of a new paper investigating how Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) could be used in financial services.
Published in collaboration with Accenture, the paper is based on an in-depth t
Global transaction network Swift said 21 banks have started the pilot for its global payments innovatio initiative, intended to improve the customer experience in correspondent banking by increasing the speed, transparency and predictability o
Global transaction network Swift has reconnected a number of Iranian banks to its system, allowing them to resume cross-border transactions with foreign banks after the lifting of sanctions on Tehran, a Swift official said.
Financial firms are increasingly using big data analytics to meet evolving regulatory and compliance requirements, according to a new paper from the SWIFT Institute, an independent research organisation.
The paper, entitled &lsquo
Rapper Kendrick Lamar led the Grammy winners on Monday with five wins, but Taylor Swift nabbed album of the year - the night's top prize - in an upset victory.
Swift took home three awards out of her seven nominations, includi
UAE and Qatar are the most active Middle East countries using the RMB Tracker for direct payments with mainland China and Hong Kong, according to recent Swift data.
Last year, the UAE's use of the RMB accou
SWIFT, a global initiative that connect more than 10,800 banking organisations, has announced that a total of 45 leading banks have signed up to a global payments innovation initiative launched at the end of December 2015.
More than 2,000 financial institutions have signed up for The Know Your Customer (KYC) Registry, SWIFT’s centralised repository which maintains a standardised set of information about financial institutions required for KYC compliance.