S.W.I.F.T. SCRL provides financial messaging services for banks, broker/dealers, corporate clients, custodians, financial market infrastructures, and investment managers worldwide. It operates a communications platform that allows customers to connect and exchange financial information. The company offers products and services for various business areas, including custody and asset servicing; funds; Islamic finance; payments and cash/liquidity management; post-trade; trade and supply chain; and treasury, which includes foreign exchange and derivatives. It also provides consulting services. S.W.I.F.T. SCRL was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in La Hulpe, Belgium with additional offices i...
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SWIFT Presents at International Transfer Agency Summit 2015, Sep-29-2015 02:20 PM
Sep 24 15
SWIFT Presents at International Transfer Agency Summit 2015, Sep-29-2015 02:20 PM. Venue: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin, Luxembourg. Speakers: Olivier Lens, Head of Funds & Investment Management.
Swift Presents at Mauritius Trade Finance Conference 2015, Oct-01-2015
Sep 22 15
Swift Presents at Mauritius Trade Finance Conference 2015, Oct-01-2015 . Venue: Port Louis, Mauritius. Speakers: Ian Bessarabia, Business Development Manager, Securities & Corporate Segments.
SWIFT Announces Executive Changes
Jul 7 15
SWIFT announced a number of changes to its management team. Christian Sarafidis, currently Head of Western Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Deputy Chief Executive, EMEA, has been appointed as Chief Marketing Officer. SWIFT also announced that Luc Meurant, who has led the Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Services team within Marketing at SWIFT since 2013, will continue to do so but as a direct report to SWIFT's CEO, Gottfried Leibbrandt. The new management changes take effect on September 1, 2015, at the same time as current Chief Marketing Officer Javier Pérez-Tasso takes over the Americas from Chris Church, who announced his intention to leave last month. In addition, key strategic areas will report directly to the CEO: Risk, Legal and Compliance, Corporate Affairs, and new Compliance Services team. Christian Sarafidis joined SWIFT in 2005 and was appointed Head of Western Europe, Middle East & Africa in 2011, and Deputy Chief Executive, EMEA in 2013. He has more than 20 years' experience in the finance and technology sectors, having held senior executive positions for several multinational groups, covering international sales, change management, consultancy, project management and customer services. Luc Meurant joined SWIFT in 2002 and has been responsible for the expansion and development of SWIFT's Sanctions and Under the new structure, Meurant will continue to lead the current FCC team reporting directly to the CEO. Prior to taking up his position as head of SWIFT's Financial Crime Compliance team, Meurant was Head of Banking Markets and led SWIFT's new business development team, overseeing the development of SWIFT's supply chain and corporate market segments.