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ISO 20022: The new language of payments

ISO 20022 is the new standard for exchanging electronic data between financial institutions. It will enable richer and more detailed data to be included in payment messages, along with a host of other benefits, resulting in a better customer experience.

In this episode, Mark Avery, Senior Product Manager, HSBC, and Umut Uysal, Senior Global Product Manager, HSBC, discuss what you need to know about this exciting innovation in banking.

For more information on ISO 20022 visit here.

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