Surecomp, a provider of global trade solutions for banks and corporations, has announced that IMEX, its high-volume back-office trade finance solution, has been awarded the SWIFTReady Trade Finance application label for the 14th consecutive year.
The SWIFTReady label programme verifies the compliance of business applications against SWIFT standards, messaging services and connectivity. Using stringent SWIFT-specific criteria, SWIFTReady label status is re-evaluated every year to ensure ongoing alignment with evolving market needs.
“IMEX’s global recognition as a dominant back-office trade finance solution is ensured by compliance with major international regulations and standards, particularly SWIFT,” said Joel Koschitzky, Surecomp chairman. “We are proud of this longstanding record, and look forward to many more years of compliance so that IMEX can continue meeting the evolving needs of banks across the globe.”
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