SWIFT Corporate Forum 2019 was Held in Dubai

SWIFT Corporate Forum 2019 was Held in Dubai

Supporting corporates achieving their optimisation goals, SWIFT Corporate Forum was held in Dubai on 4 March this year. Many attendees took part in the payments ecosystem including treasurers, members of the corporate finance departments and various other actors were present in the event to share experiences with experts attending the forum and other professionals in the industry.

Being aware that the way how individuals and corporations move money globally affects whole populations, SWIFT Corporate Forum focused on how these changes impact corporates’ global treasury management processes as they operate across multiple jurisdictions and geographies.

Starting with a breakfast followed after a welcome note, experts presented their speeches in the scope of the event. Some of the subjects of speeches were:

  • Understanding the drivers and benefits of connecting to SWIFT

SWIFT connectivity broadens geographic reach for financial operations of corporates and enables them to view their cash positions across global bank network.

  • Beyond the Connectivity

SWIFT can increase corporates’ efficiency and establish an effective treasury management operation.

  • Revolutionizing cross border payments for corporates

The payments landscape within 2-3 years will be so different from today. SWIFT Global Payments Innovation gpi allows same day use of funds, transparency of fees and end-to-end payments tracking.

There was also a panel discussion that was moderated by Syed Muhammad Ali, Head of Cash Management Transaction Banking at Emirates NBD.

This informative event ended with a closing speech from Mickael Thomas – SWIFT’s Head of Corporate Business, Middle East, Turkey and Africa.

As the Middle Eastern area solution partner of SWIFT, we were again happy to be a part of this organization which is an important actor in the financial industry.

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