More NewsSMA Confirms SWIFT Regional Partner Label for 2010

SMA Confirms SWIFT Regional Partner Label for 2010

SMA Financial, SWIFT regional partner for UK, Eire, Channel Islands and the Nordics, has completed SWIFT’s annual certification process and has renewed its SWIFT Regional Partner label for 2010. SMA has also been awarded the SWIFTReady Services and SWIFTReady Connectivity accreditations.

SMA has been a SWIFT Regional partner for five years and is responsible for providing new and existing customers with a wide range of SWIFT products and services including: Alliance Access, Alliance Entry, Alliance Starter Set, Alliance RMA, Alliance Gateway, Alliance Webstation, CCI Screenflow over SWIFT, Exceptions and Investigations, Funds, Target2-Securities and Solutions Integration.

SMA’s Service Bureau has also been awarded the latest SWIFTReady Connectivity Best Practice label, the highest accreditation available for providers of outsourced bureau solutions. This certifies that the SMA Bureau meets higher standards of resilience and security.

Simon Murby, managing director, SMA Financial, said: “SMA has an established track record of supplying SWIFT related services and consultancy and our SWIFT Service Bureau is viewed as the bureau of choice for corporates that require outsourced SWIFT connectivity. I am delighted that we have again passed the stringent certification process which highlights our commitment to meeting SWIFT’s quality standards and maintaining our industry expertise.”

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