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  • SWIFT Benelux Forum

    Solving your integration challenges

    23 April 2015

  • Consulting Services

    Conclusion

    Case Studies

    Alliance Integration Portfolio

    Integration ?

    Agenda

    Solving your integration challenges 23 April 2015 2

  • Back Office not designed to connect to SWIFT

    Discrepancy between internal message formats and SWIFT formats

    Yearly Standards updates to beapplied to applications

    Multiple applications, multiplied complications

    Involvement of more than one vendor and team

    SWIFT

    Clients

    Service Providers

    Typical integration challenges

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  • Connecting your back office to SWIFT can be very complex and requires specific expertise

    Interfaces

    Messaging services

    A securenetwork Applications

    Reference data

    Standards

    Integrating your back office with SWIFTSounds easy ?

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  • Services

    Appropriateintegration

    poduct

    Combining services and the appropriate integration product to offer a true end-to-end solution

    SWIFTs approach to integrationServices and products

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  • Consulting Services

    Conclusion

    Case Studies

    Alliance Integration Portfolio

    Integration ?

    Agenda

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  • Solving your integration challenges 23 April 2015

    Integration Domain Interface can be adapted to customer needs Specialized integration skills required, available from SWIFT Highly flexible and based on standard integration modelling Faster to adapt and lower TCO compared to back-office

    change process Powerful solution to replace costly legacy systems

    Product Domain Out of the box product that can be configured to customer needs Quick deployment and time-to-market to start adding value to business lines All functions available at fingertips New product release required for new functions

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    Alliance family overviewF

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    NetworkCommunication

    MessagingInterface

    Integrationcapabilities

    MarketSimple Medium Complex

    IntegrationPlatform

    AllianceAccess

    IntegrationPlatform

    AllianceAccess

    AllianceLite2

    AllianceLite2

    AllianceMessaging

    Hub

    AllianceMessaging

    Hub

    AllianceGatewayAllianceGateway

    AllianceGatewayAllianceGatewayARGARG

    OtherGateway

    OtherGateway

    SWIFT Integration

    Layer

    SWIFT Integration

    Layer

  • Integration Platform

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  • 9SAADirect FileAct

    FileAct

    MQHA MT/MX/FileAct

    AFT MT/MX/FileAct

    SOAP FIN/MX/FileAct

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    Integration Platform Any format

    Custom adapters

    Alliance AccessAdapters

  • Getting more out of your messaging interface

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    Message store Message queuesMessage routing

    Validation Transformation

    Application 1

    Application 2

    proprietary format

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    Enrichment

    Alliance Gateway

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    Alliance Integration PlatformOverall Architecture

    IPLA

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    Consistent high standard

    messageprocessing

    Leveragethe features of

    Access

    Minimise system

    complexity

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    Alliance Integration PlatformBenefits

    IPLA

  • SWIFT Integration Layer

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  • SWIFT Integration Layer (SIL)Overall architecture

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    Transformation

    Connectivity

    Format Support

    SWIFT format or Proprietary format

    SWIFT format or Proprietary format

    SWIFT format or Proprietary format

    New

    SWIFT Integration Layer

    New

    New

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  • IPLA

    Fully embedded in Alliance Access Seamless interaction with Alliance

    Access routing rules Benefits from Access operations,

    maintenance, backup, resilience GUI based configuration and

    transaction monitoring via Web Platform

    Search message capabilities via Web Platform.

    IPLA and SWIFT Integration Layer One product 2 ways to deploy

    SWIFT Integration Layer Provides integration solutions for

    both Lite2 and Alliance Access Independent from Alliance Access and

    main message flow Lightweight footprint for powerful

    integration Connectivity to Alliance Access using

    Message Partners (AFT, SOAPHA, MQHA)

    Flexible setup: Different OS than Alliance Access, can be hosted on the same machine or a different one than Alliance Access

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  • Alliance Messaging Hub

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  • Business Packages

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    Out of the box with IPLA

    Core functionality:- Compression/decompression logic- Message headers applied to payload- Signature generation and verification- Oversize and time-out management

    Advanced functionality requiring tailoredintegration development:- Bulking/debulking- Paginated responses- Transformation to/from ISO20022

    Out of the box with IPLA

    Core functionality:- Compression/decompression logic- Message headers applied to payload- Signature generation and verification- Oversize and time-out management

    Advanced functionality requiring tailoredintegration development:- Bulking/debulking- Paginated responses- Transformation to/from ISO20022

    Connector for T2SStraightforward connectivity to T2S

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    Connector for SanctionsThe most flexible way to integrate with Sanctions

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    InterfaceAlliance Access

    Connector for

    Sanctions

    Back Office

    SanctionsScreening

    FINInterface

    Back Office

    SWIFT/other network

    Current Copy option

    Connector option

    SWIFT

    Transaction to be screened

    Good transaction

    Rejected transaction

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    Connector for T2T2 & E1/S1 like for like approach

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    Concepts Usage guidelines ISO 20022 for High-Value Payments Restricts the ISO 20022 standards to the business functionality (like-for-

    like) available in the corresponding MT standardsEnables the development of an automated mapping package

    MT/MX mapping package

    T2 example

    pacs.008009010

    camt.054

    MT 950

    MX ACK

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    MT103(+)

    202 (COV)204

    MT 950

    MT ACK

    012019

    MT

    MT 900910

    High-Value Payments usage guidelinesLike-for-like

    Technical header equivalenceBetween MT and MX

    HVPConverter

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    HVP Converter

    MIOver

    ISO 20022MXMT

    MT formatAlliance Access

    B/O

    MX

    HVP Converter

    MIOver

    ISO 20022MT

    MT formatAlliance Access

    B/O

    MX

    The main purpose of HVP Converter is to shield a back-office from migrating to MX (ISO 20022) MT-MX transformations made according HVP T2 specificationsAuditing messages content before and after transformations

    /Lite2

    Provide HVP Converter for Lite2 customers

    Mediating FIN protocol to InterAct for making ISO 20022 messaging ideally completely transparent for

    FIN aware back-office

    Connector for T2T2 & E1/S1 like for like approach

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  • Consulting Services

    Conclusion

    Case Studies

    Alliance Integration Portfolio

    Integration ?

    Agenda

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  • Market Analysis Business

    ProcessAnalysis

    Technical Analysis

    Solution Design

    Develop

    IntegrateTest

    Certify

    Deploy

    Manage

    Obtain Insights

    Training

    Support

    Project Management

    TechnicalAdvisory

    Business Advisory

    Implementation

    Managed Services

    SWIFT ServicesAcross project lifecycle

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  • Project management

    Knowledge transfer and formal training

    FunctionalAnalysis

    TechnicalDesign

    Develop-ment Test Go Live Care

    Advise on appropriateintegration product and required effort

    Zooming in on the Integration part Across project lifecycle

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    Custom Code MaintenancePackage content

    Proactive check of impact on custom code solution by annual SWIFT Release

    Proactive check of impact on custom code solution by mandatory Alliance releases

    Availability of knowledgeable engineer on a 12 x 5 basis for issue investigation (SLA: availability within max 1 day)

    Storage of golden copy of the custom code solution and related documentation

    Attractive pricing(without a CCM contract, support will be charged at a premium rate)

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    Developer SeatSupporting co-delivery

    SWIFT can offer Developer Seat licenses for customers that want to participate in the delivery or want to further evolve the solution

    Developer Seat package consist of Developer Seat License Training Envelope of consulting days for

    development assistance Review of coding best practices Project handover

  • Content- Check if a MT940 is single-page or multiple page and if

    all of the pages of a multiple page MT940 are received - Process the MT940 and ensure that only complete

    MT940 statement data per senders BIC, account, currency code and statement date is passed to Convertor (or IPLA).

    - Transform the MT940s into a single coherent unit that represents the total daily activity in a cash account that can be passed into a routine to further transform that daily activity into any statement format (e.g. BAI2, Excel).

    BackgroundThe 2,000 character message size restriction on SWIFT requires many MT940 statements to be split among multiple statement pages, each sent across the SWIFT network as a separate message with a unique reference number. These pages may not be delivered to the recipient in the order that they are sent, and the delivery of each individual page is not guaranteed as pages can NAK on SWIFT. In order to correctly reconcile MT940 into a statement format, clients require the re-assembling of all pages of an MT940 into a single coherent unit.

    Re-usable componentsMT940 aggregation

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    IPLA

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  • Content- Management of the typical FileAct flows (ingoing and

    outgoing) between Corporates and their Correspondent banks

    - Customization through configuration- Support for Multiple file formats towards different banks

    (Routing)- Logging of all transactions (monitoring)- Optional components

    - Validation of file content- Transformation of file content- MQ connectivity- Formatting of authorization info (i.e. Txs Count)

    BackgroundCorporates typically want to communicate with their Correspondent banks via FileAct. While doing so they need a number of functionalities such as calculation of transaction count, a processing results report and flow type selection based on MT, sender and Receiver BIC

    Re-usable componentsFileAct for Corporates

    Bank A

    SWIFT

    SWIFT IntegrationLayer

    Bank B

    Payments File

    Acknow-ledgement

    ReportFile

    Monitoring

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    Bank A or B ?

    Corporate

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  • Consulting Services

    Conclusion

    Case Studies

    Alliance Integration Portfolio

    Integration ?

    Agenda

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  • Single point of contact for SWIFT matters during the complete project lifecycle

    Access to Standards expertise Successful delivery within

    challenging timeframe Competitive pricing

    FundsquareSupport for Funds Market Infrastructure using IPLA

    End-to-end integration project covering analysis, design, building (incl. mappings), installation, testing, go live and project management

    Largest IPLA implementation so far

    Premium support, remote support and tailored support contract for custom code

    Interaction with many parties involved (Bourse de Luxembourg, Accenture, SWIFT, TRACE, development partner)

    Challenging fixed delivery deadline

    Different applications involved (Altus Fund Management, Finesti Funds database, Alliance Access)

    Conversion between MT and MX Evolving requirements

    The solutionThe challenges The benefits

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  • The challenges

    Hide T2S Protocol complexityE.g.

    - Selection of the service- Compression of IA

    Enrichment of messages in order to comply with T2S

    Computation of the T2S signature

    Handling of bulk messages Minimise impact on the back

    office T2S itself is not live yet

    Solution designed from discussion with customer

    Fully integrated into SAA Flexible architecture Short implementation

    timeframe Reduced operational risk

    due to productised solution Continuous support for

    changes coming from T2S

    Implementation of the C4T2S using IPLA

    Requirements definition based on the T2S UDFS

    Development of separate modules to address typical challenges

    - Direct Payload used Productised solution tailored

    through services

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    The solution The benefits

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    Banque de FranceTechnical connectivity to T2S

  • Efficient connections between business controller and various system components through single platform

    Improved STP Reduced operational risk Standardisation on ISO

    20022

    3131

    Implementation of Alliance Integrator including:

    Feasibility analysis Requirements definition Development of business

    flows incl. transformation and routing

    Ongoing support to in-house developers

    Implementation of cutting edge funds distribution hub

    Automation of settlement process

    Many subsystems need to talk to a central business controller application

    Translation between SWIFT and proprietary formats

    Reporting to authorities

    The solutionThe challenges The benefits

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    ODIN, NorwayStandardisation on ISO20022

  • Consulting Services

    Conclusion

    Case Studies

    Alliance Integration Portfolio

    Integration ?

    Agenda

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  • We advise on what we do best

    SWIFT: recognised for operational

    excellence across the industry

    Access to 1,800 + SWIFT specialists and strong partner

    network

    Growing team with already more than 100 experts with

    average seniority of more than 10 years

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  • Already 50+ IPLA projects delivered in EMEA over the last 3 years

    Comprehensive integration portfolio with experienced consulting services

    Organisation: end-to-end projects Optimal sourcing model Trusted methodology No surprises thanks to upfront analysis Products fully supported by SWIFT

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    SWIFT is the perfect partner for solving your integration challenges

    Differentiating factors

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  • In case of further questions

    Pieter Apers

    SWIFTAv Adle 1B-1310 La HulpeBelgium

    +32 2 655 3576+32 2 655 3752+32 475 542 [email protected]

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    Manager Integration ServicesConsulting Services, EMEA

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    Imran Mirza

    SWIFTAv Adle 1B-1310 La HulpeBelgium

    +32 2 655 3402

    +32 497 657 549 [email protected]

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  • Questions

  • Thank you

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