Euroclear's De Pauw: Standards' Co-Existence May Slow Down ISO 20022 Benefits


While some market participants continue to question the business case behind moving to ISO 20022, Edwin De Pauw, director at Euroclear, says one of the real challenges seems to be the co-existence of ISO 15022 and ISO 20022.

Brussels-based De Pauw explains that while some clients already using ISO 15022 are looking to optimize their investment to comply with the standard, others have opted to move directly from the usage of proprietary formats to ISO 20022.

"Maintaining two versions of the

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