Banking Analytics API
SWIFT’s portfolio consists of reporting and analytical tools giving you direct and easy access to business insights about your financial institution and the global financial industry. You can analyse your performance over SWIFT and access key SWIFT totals across markets and countries...
Banking Analytics Premium API
Banking Analytics Premium helps you adapt your product and market strategies by providing granular analysis of payments, trade finance and treasury data on the SWIFT network. By including additional payload data from FIN messages, Banking Analytics Premium brings you details of charges, initial ordering and ultimate beneficiary countries, and also information on confirmations and tenor of letters of credit...
Observer Analytics API
The Observer Analytics API enables financial institutions to enrich payments data with value added information to optimise their cross-border payments strategy and discover new opportunities. Cross-border payments landscape is very competitive and lacking of transparency. Thanks to Observer Analytics and its APIs, Financial Institutions have the ability to access and integrate enriched payments information about a specific transaction, identified by its UETR, or transactions initiated on a specific date...
SWIFT KYC Registry API
KYC Registry is a shared platform for managing and exchanging a standardised set of KYC (Know Your Customer) data and supporting documentation. SWIFT provides a centralized repository for financial institutions and corporate clients to manage their due diligence information in one single location...
The SWIFT Notification Service Platform is a product that allows clients to receive notifications about their transactions from the SWIFT services they use. The clients will have the choice of delivery channel(s) for the notifications they subscribe to, making it easier for them to integrate as needed ...
Payment Pre-validation Data Provider API
This API enables Data Providers (e.g. beneficiary banks) to validate cross-border payment information they receive from other institutions (e.g. banks, corporates) and determine if the information is correct. Data Provider (Responder) will: Implement and expose an API server to SWIFT Implement an API service to validate cross-border payment information by using Payment Pre-validation Data Provider OpenAPI specifications (linked reference page) SWIFT will: Facilitate the delivery of the payment pre-validation requests by using the API server implemented by the Data Providers Facilitate the delivery of the payment pre-validation responses with the details provided by the Data Providers Network option We advise that Data Providers respond to pre-validation requests over the internet...
Payment Pre-validation API
This API is designed to support banks and corporates to prepare their cross-border payment requests and check if the payment information is valid and in good standing with the country specific requirements at the destination.
gpi Core Services
The gpi Core Services APIs are service specific and cover the transactions Customer Credit Transfer, Cover Payments, and Financial Institution transfer. Financial institutions using the gpi Tracker API allows calls to be made to retrieve transaction information and update payments in real-time...
Version 5 will be published in June, 2021 In today’s world, customers expect greater transparency. When they send a payment, they want to know what is happening with it and when it has been received. Until now, this has not been possible in cross-border payments as each bank has only been able to guarantee and share information on its own leg of the payment...
gpi for Corporates API
With SWIFT gpi for Corporates (g4C), gpi flows are now directly integrated into corporate treasury applications (TMS/ERP), allowing multi-bank corporates to initiate and track their outgoing payments (Pay and trace) and to be notified about incoming payments (Inbound tracking) in a bank-agnostic way...
Cross-border payments are subject to manual interventions for a number of reasons, such as incorrect payment information. Beneficiary or intermediary banks can use the APIs to quickly manage case investigations and reduce the number of manual inquiries. These APIs will also facilitate the retrieval of case information from the tracker, for example, requests related to cases linked to a payment and its statuses...