FED will adopt ISO 20022 message format
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Federal Reserve Board announces the Reserve Banks will adopt a new message format for the Fedwire Funds Service and invites public comment on proposal to expedite adoption.
The Federal Reserve Board on Monday announced that the Federal Reserve Banks will adopt the ISO 20022 message format for the Fedwire Funds Service.
The change will allow for enhanced efficiency of both domestic and cross-border payments, and a richer set of payment data that may help banks and other entities comply with sanctions and anti-money laundering requirements.
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