27 July 2022

SWIFT Institute mid-year round-up

As we enter the second half of 2022, it’s time to reflect on the first six months of the year.

Firstly, we’re celebrating 10 years of the SWIFT Institute!
Over the years the SWIFT Institute has grown from sponsoring research to hosting educational trainings, to global Student Challenges, to hosting SWIFT Institute events, and to having its own stream at Sibos; the Sibos Academy.

In acknowledgment of the complexity of ‘keeping up’ with the pace of change, the SWIFT Institute has designed some new media and forums of debate for the community. New launches in 2022 include:

SWIFT Institute Briefing Papers: A new series of shorter Briefing Papers. Designed to bring academic insights to the community, in a more ‘readily consumable’ style.
SWIFT Institute Knowledge-Brief Videos: Short educational soundbites from leading academics to address key themes, challenges and developments facing the industry.

We continue to be proud members of the Ethics & Trust in Finance Prize, which promotes new ways of thinking about the big challenges facing the global economy and finance.

Our SWIFT Institute Student Challenge, now in its 7th year, was launched in Latin America. The competition is hosting two challenges, with one in Colombia and a second in Mexico.

And we’re getting ready for Sibos Amsterdam 2022!
Stay tuned for the next SWIFT Institute update (post-Sibos)

Matthew Loos
Director | The SWIFT Institute

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