26 October 2014

Kimmo Soramäki interviewed at Sibos by Finextra

One of the co-authors of the latest SWIFT Institute working paper, The Global Network of Payment Flows, spent the end of September 2014 in Boston at the annual Sibos conference.  In this interview with Finextra, Kimmo discusses his research findings when looking at a particular type of SWIFT message, the MT103, which represents a single customer credit transfer.

You can watch the full interview here.

You can download the working paper here.

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