SIBOS: SWIFT For Corporates

BEYOND CONNECTIVITY

By Rebecca Brace

SWIFT continues to roll out new company-focused initiatives as its corporate user-base grows.

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As SWIFT’s corporate membership figures rise—the number currently stands at around 970–the bank-owned cooperative is working on a number ...

SIBOS: Centralization: Under One Roof

SHARING THE BURDEN

By Karen Kroll

New regulations and global uncertainty are reviving corporate focus on payment factories and in-house banks.

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As companies look further outside their borders for new growth and increased regulation makes tracking cash flows even more ...

SIBOS 2012

SWIFT AND EFFICIENT By Denise Bedell More companies than ever are now connecting directly to their banks and counterparties via the global SWIFT messaging system—970 corporates worldwide, at last count. That figure may seem small, but these are the companies ...

Special Report: Sibos 2011

SIBOS 2011

Change is in the air at this year’s annual Sibos conference in Toronto. Hosted by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), the conference provides a forum for the world’s biggest corporate and investment banks ...

SIBOS: Supply Chain Finance

CHANGE MANAGEMENT By Denise Bedell Banks are changing the way they look at their own transaction business to help companies see further into their working capital management processes. The need for integrated trade and cash solutions was significant even before ...

SIBOS 2010

With thousands of banks and a growing number of corporations attending each year, the Brussels-based international banking network SWIFT's annual Sibos conference has become a crucial forum for debates in transaction banking. This year's conference, to be held ...

SIBOS: Remittances

BANKS MAKE A BID FOR A GROWING MARKET

By Anita Hawser

Technological innovations and the rapid acceleration of globalization are driving a sharp increase in banks' interest in the remittances market.

We are on the cusp of something significant," says ...