Setting Standards in Stone

This year, as Sibos, the Swift-organized conference, heads to Toronto, its Standards Forum again expects a warm welcome. Discussions are bound to focus on what has changed since the crowds gathered in Amsterdam in 2010. Back then, talk was focused on the fact the ISO 20022 train had already left the station. This year, it seems that train is well on its way, but there is still a lot of track to cover, and challenges remain, especially as the standards world looks to develop and innovate in today

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