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Interview transcript: Yawar Shah, Chairman, SWIFT
Yawar Shah, SWIFT Chairman, discusses developing SWIFT’s core strengths, fostering closer ties with China and India, and strategies for the road ahead.

Dec 04, 2012 | Editorial

1. Developing SWIFT’s core strengths Emmanuel Daniel (ED): You’ve now seen three CEOs under your chairmanship. Where are you now in terms of the mandates that have shifted from the time you first became chairman of SWIFT? Yawar Shah (YS): The mandates of the CEOs have not changed. The mandate has been consistent for the last five to seven years. We have now got a maturity in payments and in securities. We are there to serve the global banks from 200 different countries in a neutral…

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Categories: Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Yawar Shah, SWIFT, Payments Messaging, CLS, Lazaro Campos, Gottfried Leibbrandt, National Bank of Belgium, SIBOS, FATCA
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