The SWIFT Institute
- Funding independent research
- Supporting knowledge-led debate
- Bringing science and practice together
Advisory CouncilIndependence is a founding principle of the SWIFT Institute and is asserted when selecting topics and themes for research, as well as approving research proposals and giving grants.
ResearchThe SWIFT Institute funds independent research, supports knowledge led debate and provides a forum where academics and financial practitioners can learn from each other.
Sibos University Launching at Sibos in Boston this September
The SWIFT Institute is proud to bring an exciting new programme to this year’s Sibos conference. The inaugural Sibos University will feature leading academics giving 30-minute lectures on a wide range of topics impacting the global financial industry. There will also be a special panel session focused on regulation. This will be a great opportunity to listen to and engage with academic experts on many different topics. Sibos University will run for a full day on Monday 29th September, along with special lunchtime lectures throughout the remainder of Sibos week.
Four New Research Grants Available – See Calls for Proposals
The SWIFT Institute invites proposals for a total of four new research grants. The four topics covered are the Role of Securitisation in China’s Capital Markets, the Assessment and Management of Operational Risk in Investment Management Institutions, Cross-border Low Value Payments and Regional Integration, and the Transformation in the Payment and Settlement System Infrastructure. Full details are available on the Calls for Proposals, all of which can be downloaded here.