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With the pursuit of a unified standard for financial messaging, the ISO20022 migration has become an industry-wide transition. The plurality of standards incorporated by institutions, market participants, and infrastructures leads to inefficiencies, automation barriers, and global connectivity challenges. SWIFT’s survey revealed that approximately 90% of cross-border payments work on unstructured ordering and beneficiary data, leading to atleast 10% of transactions requiring manual intervention. ISO 20022 aims to address these challenges by establishing a worldwide standard for communication.
Whether directly or indirectly involved in payment operations, you need to understand how ISO 20022 affects your organization and your processes. We presented many factors on the ISO 20022 migration journey for banks to build the necessary expertise and capacity within their institution and to plan for a smooth transition and reap the benefits of the ISO 20022 structure and methodology.
SWIFT, major global banks, and market infrastructures have formed CBPR+ and HVPS+ to ensure conformance so that users can implement ISO 20022 specifications correctly. ECS Fin has received the SWIFT self-attested and compatibility label, and on the way to become CBPR+ certified to compliant message standards and connectivity.
Are you able to integrate hundreds of systems in a matter of weeks and still have full visibility and control to every movement and processing of data? ECS is taking action to minimize disruption and ensure that FIs and banks are ready for migration, including those banks that will not initially adopt ISO 20022 in the back office. And our In-Flow Translation means banks have a full year to familiarise themselves with the mandatory changes on the way.