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Xcitek Completes Swift Testing For Corporate Actions

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Xcitek has successfully completed testing of ISO messages submitted by its flagship software, XSP, to Swift’s Corporate Actions Test and Certification Proof of Concept (POC) programme. In an effort to improve the quality of FIN Corporate Actions messages and overall STP, the Swift POC tested the validity of ISO messages submitted by participants to comply with market practice as defined by the SMPG.

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