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Swift to Connect KYC Registry with Regional Utilities

Swift, a global provider of secure financial messaging services, is reportedly in talks with regional KYC utilities regarding the potential connection of their solutions with its KYC Registry, an online portal set up in 2014 to manager and share KYC due diligence and information.

Although the registry has until now been used only by financial institutions with correspondent banking services, the firm is planning to open the service up to corporate clients by the end of 2019.

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