BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, has gone live on Broadridge’s SWIFT service bureau for its international treasury operations.
BHP Billiton’s global users are now processing international treasury payments on Broadridge’s SWIFT service bureau. Broadridge is facilitating BHP Billiton’s treasury management group to efficiently communicate with their partner banks using its SWIFT infrastructure and the SWIFT network.
Broadridge’s SWIFT service bureau provides fast-track access to the SWIFT network for the full range of SWIFT messages including securities, treasury, derivatives, payments and cash management, all in a secure data centre environment. It includes a comprehensive range of market service connectivity including single euro payments area (SEPA), Euroclear and Target2, and is now available on a 24/7 basis in line with global demand and reach.
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