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Interview transcript: Gottfried Leibbrandt, CEO, SWIFT
Gottfried Leibbrandt, SWIFT CEO, discusses becoming the organisation's CEO, surviving the competition, as well as the challenges and opportunities involved amidst increased regulatory pressure.

Nov 19, 2012 | Editorial

1. Becoming CEO of SWIFT Emmanuel Daniel (ED): Gottfried Leibbrandt took over as chief executive officer of SWIFT, the global payments network, in July of 2012. He took over from Lazaro Campos, who spent the last few years preparing the organisation for the next phase in its development. How does it feel like to be CEO of SWIFT? Gottfried Leibbrandt (GL): As I keep telling people, if you don’t like this job, what job would you like? It’s a privilege to run an organisation like…

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Categories: Innovation, Payments, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Gottfried Leibbrandt, SWIFT, McKinsey, Lazaro Campos, Sentient Screening, Telex, Visa, MasterCard, FATCA, Cloud Technology, Alliance Lite 2
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