Temenos Regulatory Compliance

SWIFT

Temenos works closely with banks to ensure that updates to SWIFT messages and the implied associated workflows are reflected in the software and made available to our clients in plenty of time to allow for testing and live deployment.

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Transparent Process

When changes to SWIFT messages are announced, Temenos reaches out proactively to our clients likely to be affected and works with you to ensure that the appropriate changes are built and delivered so that your live system can continue in operation.

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Documented Scope Maintenance

Although the detailed scope of changes made depends on the precise nature of the SWIFT update, updates are generally supported where the business functionality is an already documented feature of the system.

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Covers All Business Areas

The SWIFT update program covers all supported business areas and message types.

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