The Singapore Exchange next month will begin distributing its corporate actions data over the Swift network using the ISO 15022 standard format. The exchange will use Swift for delivery of Singapore corporate actions, mostly dividends and payment announcements, but will add other corporate action data types such as rights issues later. The exchange joins the London, Tokyo and Johannesburg stock exchanges, which all use the network to distribute their data.
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Singapore Exchange Adopts Swift Network for Corporate Actions
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