ISO 20022 XML – the journey so far

20 December 2021

Debbie HoskinsWholesale Product Scheme Owner

Martin FulgerDigital Product ISO 20022 Owner

Adam HankeHead of Banks, UK & Europe

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The migration to ISO 20022 is a topic of key importance  for our industry. As 2021 comes to a close, NatWest experts reflect on the ISO 20022 journey so far, and look forward to 2022 and beyond. They discuss what’s to come from the migration including the benefits that standardisation of messaging could bring.

Recorded on 7th December 2021

To learn more about how ISO 20022 could impact your business and how to prepare, check out our dedicated ISO 20022 support page or get in touch with your NatWest Corporates & Institutions representative.

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