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  • User Group Meeting in Turkey Alke DE BOER Regional Account Manager Balkan countries & Turkey Alberto CRINGOLI Technical-Account Manager for South East Europe Italy, Greece,  Malta, Turkey, San Marino and the Vatican
  • Welcome to this User Group Meeting
  • At the end of this User Group Meeting help me to remind you to switch YOUR mobile phone from MUTE mode back to NORMAL mode
  • Don’t forget : swift.com is your prime source for SWIFT information
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • SWIFT in figures – Aug 2008 ytd
    • 8.612 live users
    • 209 live countries
    • 3.1+ billion messages in 2007
    • Average message price: 9,xxx eurocents
    • Availability:
    • - FIN systems: 100 %
    • - Transport network: 99,993 %
  • FIN traffic – Peak day 2008 and Growth 10.7% growth Aug07-Aug08
    • Last peak day 25 Jan ’08
    • message volume: 16.550.075
  • My area: 9 countries and 387 live users Serbia 38 live users Albania 17 live users Bosnia and Herzegovina 30 live users Macedonia 17 live users Romania 43 live users Turkey 56 live users Bulgaria 32 live users Ukraine 142 live users Montenegro 12 live users
  • Banking Market Infrastructures – Mar2008 High-Value Payments HVP 29 5 1 InterAct FileAct Browse 46 1 8 7 3 4 14 10 11 2 13 7 FIN Copy FIN Live Implementation Plan/Discussion Live Implementation Plan/Discussion 74 7 8 8 7 11 Low-Value Payments LVP Systems Systems SWIFTNet services Plan/Discussion Live Implementation
  • Banking Market Infrastructures HVP – Mar2008 High-Value Payments Albania (AIP) Algeria (RTGS) Angola (PTR) Australia (PDS/PDC) Austria (ARTIS) Azerbaijan (AZIPS) Bahamas (BHS) Bahrain (RTGS) Barbados (BDS) Belgium (ELLIPS) Bosnia & Herzegovina (BIH) Botswana (RTGS) Bulgaria (BGN-RINGS) Canada (LVTS) Chile (Netting - LBTR) CLS Bank Croatia (HSVP) Latvia (LVL) Lesotho (RTGS) Luxemburg (LIPS) Malta (MARIS) Mauritius (MACSS) Morocco (RTGS) Namibia (NISS) Netherlands (TOP) New Zealand (AVP) Norway (NICS) Oman (RTGS) Philippines (PPS) Romania (REGIS) Singapore (MEPS+) Slovenia (SIPS) South Africa (BOP - RTGS - SAMOS) Pakistan (RTGS) Hong Kong (RTGS) Fiji (RTGS) Central African States (BEAC) Nigeria (RTGS) Russian Federation (RTGS) Live Spain (NSLBE - SLBE) Sri Lanka (LankaSettle) Swaziland (RTGS) Sweden (RIX) Switzerland (Remote Gate) Tanzania (TISS) Thailand (BAHTNET/2) Trinidad & Tobago (SAFE-TT) Tunisia (RTGS) Uganda (UNIS) United Kingdom (CHAPS- £ CHAPS- € / Enquiry Link) United States (CHIPS) Venezuela (PIBC) Zambia (RTGS) Zimbabwe (ZETTS) West African States (BCEAO) Denmark (DDK-KRONOS) Egypt (CBE) EBA Clearing (EURO1/STEP1) Eurosystem (TARTGET 2) Estonia (RTGS) Finland (BOF) France (CRI – PNS/TBF) Germany (RTGSPlus) Ghana (GISS) Greece (HERMES) Guatemala (RTGS) Hungary (VIBER) Ireland (IRIS) Israel (RTGS) Italy (BIREL) Jordan (RTGS) Kenya (KEPSS) Kuwait (RTGS) Implementation COMESA (RTGS) Georgia (RTGS) Palestine (RTGS) Kazakhstan (ISMT) Peru (RTGS) Lebanon (RTGS) Dominican Republic (RTGS) Mexico (RTGS) Egypt (ROSE (*)replacement) Planning/Discussion
  • Banking Market Infrastructures for LVP ACHs Automated Clearing House – Mar2008 Low-Value Payments Albania (AECH) EBA Clearing (STEP2) Eurogiro Germany (RPS) Italy (part of BI-COMP) Slovenia (GIRO) Sweden (BGC) Uganda (ACH) Bolivia (ACH) Netherlands (Interpay) Jordan (ACH) South Africa (BankServ) Tanzania (ACH) United Kingdom (VocaLink) Live Austria (STEP.AT) Colombia (CCDC) Croatia (FINA) Georgia (ACH) Germany (Garagenclearing) Ghana (ACH) Greece (DIAS) Kazakhstan (SRP) Romania (SENT) Sierra Leone (ACH) Spain (Iberpay) Implementation Planning/Discussion
  • TARGET2: the SSP = Single Shared Platform Interlinking via FIN SSP Bank A Bank B Swift Net Services NCBs Ancillary Systems
  • SWIFTNet infrastructure for SSP (Y-Copy Topology ) Bank A Bank B payment message SWIFTNet FIN Copy Central SWIFT interface Payment processing Bank A Bank B SWIFTNet services FIN/FIN Copy settlement request authorisation/ refusal SWIFTNet Payment Module (PM) Information & control module (ICM) Internal payment system SWIFT interface SWIFTNet InterAct for Real-time cash management SWIFTNet FileAct for Real-time reporting SWIFTNet FIN SWIFTNet Browse for On-line visualisation of information
  • Securities Market Infrastructures on SWIFTNet (I)CSDs= (International) Central Securities Depositories Central Securities Depository Bank of Greece Greece Eurex Clearing Clearstream Banking AG MTS Germany Caja de Valores Argentina France Finland Estonia Denmark Croatia Canada Brazil Belgium Austria Australia Euroclear France Euronext Paris – MATIF MTS NCSD Finland – APK OMX Estonian Securities Depository OMX OMX VP Sredisnja Depositarrna Agencija CDS CBLC Euroclear Belgium Euroclear Bank MTS National Bank of Belgium OeKB Australian Stock Exchange SFE – Austraclear National Depository for Securities – KDPW Poland Banco de Portugal – SITEME MTS Portugal HK Futures Exchange Hong Kong Monetary Authority SEHK Options Clearing House Hong Kong VPS Norway Euroclear Nederland MTS Netherlands S.D. Indeval Mexico Clearstream Banking SA Luxemburg OMX Lithuania Midclear Lebanon Bank of Latvia Central Depository OMX Latvia Securities Depository Korea Kazakhstan Stock Exchange Kazakhstan Bank of Japan JASDEC Japan CCG Monte Titoli Italy Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Israel Keler Hungary Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe DIFX UAE - Dubai Bank of Slovakia Slovakia Depository Clearing Company The National Depository Center Russian Federation Chicago Mercantile Exchange Clearing Corporation DTCC Federal Reserve Banks Omgeo Options Clearing Corporation USA Euroclear UK and Ireland LCH.Clearnet London Stock Exchange UK (& Ireland) Thailand Securities Depository Thailand Securities Central Depository Taiwan SIS SIS x-clear Switzerland NCSD Sweden – VPC OMX Sweden Iberclear MEFF MTS Spain STRATE JSE Securities Exchange South Africa Central Securities Clearing Corporation – KDD Slovenia Central Depository Singapore Exchange Singapore
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
    • Collaborative internet platform – brings people together
    • Virtual meeting place – always open
    • Online discussions – mutual interest
    • Interaction – YOUR business network
    • Knowledge bank – share and seek
    • A community of communities
    Launch of the new community platform: swiftcommunity.net
    • Collaborative internet platform – brings people together
    • Virtual meeting place – always open
    • Online discussions – mutual interest
    • Interaction – YOUR business network
    • Knowledge bank – share and seek
    • A community of communities
    Platform for community dialogue and action
  • Communities within the SWIFT Community
    • SWIFT customers
    • Board Members, Committees, Advisory Groups
    • National Groups, User Groups, Chairpersons
    • Global, regional clients
    • Geographical communities
    • Initiatives communities (SEPA, remittances)
    • Business communities (funds, bulk payments, partners)
    • Customer segments (corporates, asset managers, central banks)
    • And much more….ESA, APAG…
    Today: 6300 members, 98 communities
  • Example of National communities
  • How can you contribute?
    • Join!
    • Make suggestions: “The community” Forum
    • Create your profile: specify your interests.
    • Create a community
    • Spread the word
    • “ The more we contribute as individuals, the more we can expect to achieve as a community”
  • to the po w er of swiftcommunity.net you
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • SwiftNet Phase2 migration Merve YILMAZ Manager, Products Marketing, Eastnets-Istanbul
  • From BKE to RMA Before C2 Test RMA Train staff 2007 2008 2009 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 BKE stopped RMA live service available Demonstrate live RMA readiness every month Process live RMA daily No BKE exchange Contingency penalty period C2 T2 C3 C1 Continue BKE exchange Customer confirms readiness & Demonstrates live RMA All customers ready Start of live RMA obligations Customer converts BKE keys to RMA T2
  • From BKE to RMA When is C2?
    • Your C2 date is linked to your C1 date
    Country schedule published on swift.com C1 date Q2 2007 Q3 2007 AL/BG/RS/MK and ME 31jul Q4 2007 TR/UA 30sep RO/BA 31oct C2 date April 2008 May 2008 May 2008
  • From BKE to RMA Before C2 - Prepare for live RMA
    • After 1 Jan 2008
      • Configure RBAC roles, live queue, live certificate on HSM
    • Latest at C2 – 6 weeks
      • Submit RMA readiness form on www.swift.com
    • After form submitted
      • SWIFT activates you for live RMA (ADW)
    • After SWIFT activated you on live RMA
      • Send a live RMA message to your own BIC8 ( swift.rma)
      • Receive this live RMA message from live RMA SnF queue yourbic8_rma
    • Do not send live RMA to correspondent BIC8s !
  • From BKE to RMA Between C2 and T2 Test RMA Train staff 2007 2008 2009 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 BKE stopped RMA live service available Demonstrate live RMA readiness every month Process live RMA daily No BKE exchange C2 T2 C3 C1 Continue BKE exchange Customer confirms readiness & Demonstrates live RMA All customers ready Start of live RMA obligations Customer converts BKE keys to RMA Contingency penalty period T2
  • From BKE to RMA Between C2 and T2 – Demonstrate live readiness
    • Minimum once per month
      • Send a live RMA message to your own BIC
      • Receive this live RMA message
      • => Do this for all your live BIC8s
    • No live RMA authorisations to your existing correspondent BIC8s !
    • BKE remains the primary method to maintain relationships
      • Continue BKE renewals
    • No obligation to act on received live RMA messages from correspondents (do not blindly Reject !)
  • From BKE to RMA Contingency period Q3 2008
    • If you cannot demonstrate live RMA readiness:
      • penalty per live BIC8
        • July 2008: 5,000 EUR
        • Aug 2008: 10,000 EUR
        • Sep 2008: 20,000 EUR
  • From BKE to RMA Between T2 & C3 Test RMA Train staff 2007 2008 2009 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 BKE stopped RMA live service available Demonstrate live RMA readiness every month Process live RMA daily No BKE exchange Contingency penalty period C2 T2 C3 C1 Continue BKE exchange Customer confirms readiness & Demonstrates live RMA Customer converts BKE keys to RMA T2 Traffic recording All customers ready & start of live RMA obligations
  • Where to find information?
    • RMA Roadshows
    • RMA Planning Guide
    • RMA FAQ
    • ‘ From BKE to RMA’
    • RMA e-learning
    • RMA videos
    • Test scenarios
    • Interface documentation
  • RMA next steps - summary
    • Read the RMA Planning Guide & RMA FAQ
    • Know your C2 deadline
    • Budget and plan resources for 2008
    • Train your staff
    • Continue BKE exchange until T2 (Keep your SCR!)
    Continue (or Start?) testing! Only a few days to go….
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • FIN daily average traffic evolution 2007 Last peak day on 28 September: 16,098,340 messages
  • FIN Daily average traffic evolution - T otal per Market
  • Pricing achievements: 2005 - 2007 July ‘05 Key Accounts Other Top 200 Market Infrast. BRIC+ Small users July ‘07 January ’07 July ’06 - 8.2% FIN - 10% InterAct Enhanced Support Free HSM HVol Intra Fin Copy - 5% Reduced RTGS fee - 6.4% FIN MT535 HVol Intra Fin Copy - 4 % FIN DIS. High Vol MI / MA CUG fees Joining fees SWIFTAlliance Starter Set Intra = Domestic FIN - 8% SWIFTNet Kits One-time Annual reduction 10 MEUR 23 MEUR - - 36 MEUR 34 MEUR 23 MEUR 16 MEUR
  • Pricing achievements: 2005 - 2007 July ‘05 Key Accounts Other Top 200 Market Infrast. BRIC+ Small users July ‘07 January ’07 July ’06 - 8.2% FIN - 10% InterAct Enhanced Support Free HSM HVol Intra Fin Copy - 5% Reduced RTGS fee - 6.4% FIN MT535 HVol Intra Fin Copy - 4 % FIN DIS. High Vol MI / MA CUG fees Joining fees SWIFTAlliance Starter Set Intra = Domestic FIN - 8% SWIFTNet Kits One-time Annual reduction 10 MEUR 23 MEUR - - 36 MEUR 34 MEUR 23 MEUR 16 MEUR 2007 price reduction: 10% as of July ‘07 2007 rebate: 15% paid in Jan ‘08 2008 price reduction: 5% as of Jan ‘08
  • Local Taxation
    • This may concern banks in AL, BG, MK, RO, UA, (TR?)
    • your Local Tax authorities (may) want a CERTIFICATE of RESIDENCE (CoR) from our Belgian Tax Authorities (stamped, signed, …)
    • to avoid double taxation on some SWIFT services
        • SNL, SAA, SAE, SAB software maintenance-upgrades fees
        • UHB online service and user license fees
        • Amounts specified on your Swift invoice (incl. Knowledge Base tips!)
        • Depending on country, the exemption can be 5-10-…%
    • SWIFT’s Tax Department
    • has asked the Belgian Tax authorities to produce and mail these CoRs to SWIFT HQ (end of February?)
    • will mail these CoRs directly to the UGC (or ARB Bank Assoc in RO) in your country
    • where you can pick the CoR up, if needed by your bank
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • Connectivity Alliance product update Alberto CRINGOLI
  • Leased Line Usage Reports
    • Access
      • Login to Ordering & Support on swift.com
    • Outcome
      • Monthly reports per Connectivity Pack
    • Benefits
      • Closely monitor your bandwidth utilisation
      • Better understanding of when peaks in traffic occur
      • Possible load balancing amongst different packs
  • Risk and Resilience - Capacity Leased Line Usage Reports
    • Available from swift.com > Ordering & Support > Leased Line Usage
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • Alliance 6.3 and 7.0 - Scope 2009 2010 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    • SWIFTNet 7.0 release
    • - RMA beyond FIN
    • New SWIFTNet features
    • SWIFTAlliance 7.0 release
    • - SWIFTNet 7.0 alignment
    • - Enhanced monitoring
    • - Enhanced installation
    • (e.g. Silent Installation, parameter file)
    • New RDBMS for SAE
    • SWIFTNet 6.3 release
    • High volume HSM
    • Distributed architecture
    • New SWIFTNet features
    • SWIFTAlliance Gateway 6.3
    • SWIFTNet 6.3 alignment
    • LDAP support
    • Thin client (Administration, Browse)
    • SWIFTAlliance WebStation 6.3
    • - Vista support
    ! Tentative ! May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2008
    • SWIFTAlliance Access 6.3
    • - SOAP adapter
    • - Web services access to RMA data
    • - FileAct Interface
    • - Stand-alone message entry/repair
    • - Message prioritization
    • - LDAP support
    • - RMA enhancements
    • Increased resiliency
    • FIN cold start support
    • Thin client (Messenger, File, RMA)
    • SWIFTAlliance Workstation 6.3
    • - Windows Vista support
    • DA patch (6.x.30)
    • Mandatory cumulative patch
    Remote PED (6.x.25) - Optional stand-alone patch FIN 2009 Standards Release FIN 2010 Standards Release
  • Back Office Applications Messages Files Turnkey product Gap in offering Gap in offering SAG SAA The big picture of the next releases… SWIFTNet SAW SAM SAB Harmonised GUI 2 SAA: Messaging/File Interface 1 SAI: Integration Platform 3
    • Browser based message entry facility for both “MT” and “MX” messages
    • Verification & authorisation of messages in line with the SAA 4-eyes principle configuration
    • Allows to search for recent and archived messages
    • Validates the input messages before submitting them, and assists the user in correcting errors
    • Offers functionality to create and share re-usable templates
    • Manual batch input / batch output of “MT” or “MX” messages
    • Context sensitive SWIFTStandards and on line help facility
    • Message reporting & printing facility
    Alliance Messenger - Functional Overview
  • Alliance Messenger
  • Technical Overview
    • SWIFTAlliance Messenger runs in an application server environment
    • Two flavours available in release 6.0
      • SAM Server Embedded (SAM-SE 6.0)
        • Application Server embedded with SAM software
      • SAM 6.0
        • Application server not provided by SWIFT
        • SAM 6.0 qualified with IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Network Deployment, in a resilient configuration (cluster)
        • Existing customer IBM WAS license can be re-used
    • ! Customer has to specify the flavour in e-order
    • The operator accesses SAM through Internet Explorer 6.0 browser
      • HTML / JavaScript
      • Integrity & encryption through SSL
      • One way authentication (server authentication)
      • SAA operator authentication (user name / password)
      • Security can be enhanced using SAA 6.0 « One Time Password » option
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger 6.0 Standard Configuration - Server Embedded
    • SWIFTAlliance Messenger Server Embedded (SAM-SE) contains the embedded WAS Web Application Server and is deployed on a single Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
    • SWIFTAlliance Messenger and SWIFTAlliance Access/Entry can be deployed either on the same host or on different host
    • SAM-SE has embedded Web Application Server
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger 6.0 Advanced configuration
    • SAM is deployed on two clustered hosts
    • SAM and SAA are on different hosts
    • HTTP server configured as a front-end
    • SAM database can be on different host than application servers
    • The WAS security relies on LDAP User Registry
    • This configuration allows placing the HTTP server in a DMZ
    • SWIFTAlliance Messenger requires IBM WebSphere Application Server
    • (Network Deployment V6.0 & V6.1)
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger Feature : Easy deployment, maintenance & access
    • Using SAM requires no SWIFT software installation on operator desktop
    • SAM software (& SWIFTStandards) installation & maintenance at one central location
    • No SAM software change required when new Standards Release is available
    • Standard protocols (http, SSL) to manage & secure communication
    • Accessible from any connected desktop with IE browser in any location
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger 6.0 Summary Qualified on Windows SAM-SE 6.0 SAM 6.0 SAA 6.0 SAE 6.0   Institutions with large number of operators Requires IBM WebSphere Application Server Resilient configuration Cluster Qualified on Windows, AIX, Solaris Institutions with up to 100 operators Out-of-the-box offering including Application Server  SAM SAM-SE
  • A reminder for SOME Alliance Access banks: Alliance Access discontinued products 2009-2011
    • CAS LU6.2 (TGBA)
    • CAS mf (AKBK, FNNB, TCZB, TEKB, TRHB)
    • MQSA (ISBK, TCMB, TRHB, YAPI)
    • Telex (YAPI)
    • Users have been informed early 2008 about project and replacement procedures
    • CAS LU6.2 , CASmf and MQSA will be replaced by MQHA free of charge or (new product) by SOAP and web services at cost
    • No replacement for Telex
  • Agenda
    • Introduction
        • figures
        • my area
        • MIs for Payments, MIs for Securities
        • SSP
    • Swiftcommunity.net
    • SwiftNet Phase2 migration update
    • Traffic, rebate, taxation
    • Connectivity
    • Alliance product update
    • Conferences
  • 2008 SWIFT Regional Conferences
    • Africa
    • Northern & Eastern Europe
    • Latin America
    • Middle East
    • conference content:
    • 65% business issues
    • 25% technical/operational issues
    • 10% networking/ ad hoc meeting/ …
  • 2008 SWIFT Regional Conference in Northern & Eastern Europe Radisson SAS Hotel, Tallinn, Estonia Theme: Supporting capital flows through the adoption of international standards Delegate fee: EUR 550 Tuesday 3 - Wednesday 4 June 2008 Program, registration, hotel reservation available on swift.com as April 2 nd , 2008 Book early: period of the “WHITE NIGHTS”… Your visa application: may take some days… Unfortunately cancelled
  • 2008 SOFE SWIFT Operational Forums
    • SOFE = S WIFT O perations F orum - E urope
    • SOFA = SWIFT Operations Forum – Americas
    • Conference content:
    • 65% technical/operational issues
    • 25% business issues
    • 10% networking/ ad hoc meetings/ …
  • 2008 SOFE SWIFT Operations Forum Europe SWIFT Operations Forum Europe La Hulpe (near Brussels), Belgium Monday 8 – Wednesday 10 December, 2008 Info and registration: as of begin Oct’08 on swift.com
  • SOFE SWIFT Operational Forum Europe 2007 Monday 10 - Wednesday 12 Dec, 2007 Brussels, near Swift HQ Delegate fee: EU delegates (-BE) approx. EUR 750 BE + non EU delegates approx. EUR 910 (incl. VAT) ( excl. travel & accommodation ) -On-line registration and program on swift.com as of Sep07 -Hotel reservation also possible via our web site -More info available on swift.com/conferences
  • SWIFT Operations Forum Europe Dec2007 Who were there? 16 exhibiting partners 330 registered attendees 41 countries
  • SWIFT Operations Forum Europe 2007 14 Work session topics
    • SWIFTNet Releases R 6.1 and 7.0
    • Resiliency
    • Phase 2 Migration RMA
    • CIO/COO Reach - IT (Business Assessment Programme)
    • CIO/COO Reach - Business Operations (Business Assessment Programme)
    • Common Communication Interface (CCI)
    • Increasing reach and reducing risk through SWIFTNet Mail
    • SWIFTAlliance - the future
    • SWIFTAlliance - GUI evolution
    • SWIFTAlliance supporting your business
    • How to implement SWIFTNet Cash reporting in your institution
    • How to implement Exceptions and investigations in your institution
    • How to implement SWIFTNet Funds in your Institution
    • Getting ready for SEPA and SEPA testing
    • Online Billing
    • Online Customer Services (OLCS)
    • STaQS
    • SWIFTNet Trade Services Utility
    • SWIFTAlliance
    • swiftcommunity.net
    • SWIFT Directories
    • SWIFT Training & SWIFTWatch
    • User Documentation
    SWIFT Operations Forum Europe 2007 10 SWIFT demos
  • SWIFT Operations Forum Europe 2007 16 Exhibitors
    • ACE Software Solutions Ltd
    • Allied Engineering Group
    • A&T
    • Business Information Systems – BIS
    • Diamis
    • Dovetail
    • FircoSoft
    • Incentage
    • I-flex solutions
    • LogicaCMG
    • Misys
    • SIDE International – EastNets™ Group
    • Software Integrators Ltd
    • Sterci
    • Sterling Commerce
    • SunGard
  • Sibos 2009 Hong Kong, 14-18 September 2009
    • Sibos draws audiences in excess of 7,000 participants
    • from the financial industry ranging from
      • established financial institutions
      • application and middleware vendors, system integrators
      • central clearing systems
      • consultants.
    • They come to Sibos
    • to do business
    • to learn about new products and services
    • simply to network
    • Bankers, investment managers, broker-dealers, treasury specialists, operations professionals, corporates, and representatives from emerging markets, all see the Sibos conference and exhibition as an excellent investment
  • Sibos 2008 Vienna, 15-19 September 2008
    • Participant pass : EUR 2.240* covering conference, exhibition, meals and official Sibos publications
    • Day pass : EUR 710*/day – covering conference, exhibition and lunch (* =Plus Austrian VAT 20%)
    • Program and online registration at www.swift.com/sibos2008
  • Questions & answers
  • Thank you for your attention ! Thanks also to the UGC for the kind cooperation . N.B. Do not forget to SWITCH ON your GSM mobile phones… See you at the next User Group Meeting ! End of the UGM presentation
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  • Let’s come back in 20 minutes Time for a break?
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger 6.0 Functional Overview
    • Browser based message entry facility for both “MT” and “MX” messages
    • Verification & authorisation of messages in line with the SAA 4-eyes principle configuration
    • Allows to search for live and archived messages
    • Validates the input messages before submitting them, and assists the user in correcting errors
    • Offers functionality to create and share re-usable templates
    • Manual batch input / batch output of “MT” or “MX” messages
    • Context sensitive on line help facility including SWIFTStandards
    • Message reporting & printing facility
    6.0 6.0 6.0
  • SWIFTAlliance Messenger 6.0 Technical overview
    • SAM acts as a front-end to access SAA(E) business logic and SAA(E) business data
      • SAA(E) is the repository of all messages, profile definition, routing rules, and any other business data
      • Operators that use SAM must be defined as SAA(E) operators
      • SAA(E) operators profiles are managed using a SAW =SWIFTAlliance Workstation
      • SAA(E) templates are accessible in SAM
    • SAM licensing based on the defined operator model
    • SWIFTAlliance Messenger runs in a Web Application Server (WAS) environment
  • SWIFTNet Mail news
  • SWIFTNet Mail: the first Interface Application
    • SWIFTNet Mail is SWIFT’s first entry into the person-to-person communications space
    • SWIFTNet Mail was launched at Sibos06 in Sydney
    • SWIFTNet Mail provides secure exchange of sensitive e-mail and attachments
    • SWIFTNet Mail works with existing, off-the-shelf e-mail clients and servers
      • No investment in new e-mail packages
      • No investment in new e-mail infrastructure
      • No change to end-user experience
  • Secure e-mail: why?
    • Why secure e-mail?
    • E-mail has become business critical
    • Customers want data delivered to a specific desktop
    • Market regulators and information security want secure e-mail transport
    • Demand from the SWIFT community
    • 10 banks worked with SWIFT to develop SWIFTNet Mail’s specifications and requirements:
      • Bear Stearns, CLS, Credit Suisse, Euroclear, HSBC, Nordea, Pictet, Standard Bank, UBS, Wachovia
    • 41 banks expressed interest in piloting with 7 signed-up to-date
    Leveraging the SWIFTNet single window and infrastructure already embedded in institutions
  • SWIFTNet Mail: functional view SWIFTAlliance Gateway SWIFTNet Mail Application SWIFTAlliance Gateway SWIFTNet PKI User A User B [email_address] [email_address] SWIFTNet Mail Application E-mail client E-mail server E-mail client E-mail server Local security Local security .swift .swift SWIFTNet FileAct Store-and-Forward Internet Web server
  • SWIFTNet Mail: implementation SWIFTNet Recipient E-mail server Bank’s internal security SWIFT’s security E-mail FileAct envelope
    • Verify e-mail address
    • Route to SWIFTNet Mail
    • Application
    • Map Domain Name to SWIFTNet DN
    • Convert e-mail to File
    • Route to SAG
    • Sign file with PKI CVs
    • Send File over SWIFTNet to recipient institution
    SMTP Sender SAG/SAS Sending a secure e-mail SWIFTNet Mail Application RAHA E-mail client VPN box
  • SWIFTNet Mail: positioning
    • Low volume, periodic usage
      • SWIFTNet Mail is positioned as a low volume solution that is accessible to a large number of users within an organisation
      • Not positioned to redirect your e-mail traffic from e-mail network to Swift network
    • A complement to existing services
      • Not part of financial transaction flow
    • SwiftNet Mail specifications:
    Minimum requirements 􀂃 PC with Windows 2000 Server 􀂃 SWIFTNet Mail application 􀂃 SAG SWIFTAlliance Gateway or SAS Swift Alliance Starter Set Ordering 􀂃 SWIFTNet Mail can be ordered from the SWIFTSolutions box on the e-ordering page of swift.com Implementation 􀂃 Installation typically takes 2-3 hours 􀂃 No third-party consultancy required 􀂃 Some changes to Internet firewall and DNS server required 􀂃 No end-user training required
  • SWIFTNet Mail – planning for new features early 2008
    • Enhance Service Bureau Support
      • Allow single instance of application to support multiple customers
    • Release on AIX & Solaris (awaited by some Board Banks)
    • Improve Management of Correspondent Directory
      • Add-on tool to support automated update of each customer’s correspondent directory
      • (Takes away manual management task)
    • Several other customer requests
  • Reaping the benefits: Tangible return on investment
    • “ When we made our decision to connect to SWIFTNet Mail, we were looking at all aspects of our connectivity. We wanted to reduce the number of delivery channels we used”
    • Finn Otto Hansen, head of clearing and settlement strategies, DnB NOR
    • Consolidate channels for exchanging sensitive information: replace costly/cumbersome mix of telex/fax/courier
    • Low Up-front investments:
      • No infrastructure investment – re-uses the SWIFT single window
      • No additional desktop software
      • No configuration management nightmares
      • Initial fee currently eliminated
      • No expensive user training
    • Low Ongoing investments:
      • Maintenance requirement is minimal
      • Costs per transaction is low, and have been reduced
    • Costs are usage-based, removing financial barrier to entry. Therefore minimal financial risk to engaging SWIFTNet Mail
  • Reaping the benefits: Low TCO = Total Cost of Ownership
    • List price 8.000 EUR for the SWIFTNet Mail Application
    • 20% annual software maintenance
    • One price per e-mail up to 100 kChar:
      • 0.25 EUR/e-mail
    • Unique price per kChar as of 100 kChar e-mail:
      • 0.0025 EUR/kChar
    2.50 1.125 0.25 0.25 0.25 Price (EUR) 60 pages PDF attached 1 MB 36 pages PDF attached 450 kChar 15 pages PDF attached 100 kChar One pager signed 30 kChar Short signed 10 kChar E-mail examples E-mail size ‘ Family and friends’ incentive
    • 2,000 euros credit note for each new institution you bring on-board
    • Applied against already halved messaging cost
    • To be consumed by end of Q1 2009