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.
ResearchFinancial Inclusion, RMB Internationalisation, Supply Chain, Collateral Management, Network Liquidity, Common Language, Unit Cost, Corporate Actions, FMIs, Cybercrime, Diversity, Regulation...
New Calls for Proposals issued: Six research grants available
The SWIFT Institute is now looking for research proposals covering six topics including corporate actions, regulation, financial market infrastructures, diversity and cybercrime in the financial industry.
Full details including the individual Calls for Proposals (available for download) can be found here.
The deadline for submissions is 26th April 2013.
China’s Emergence in International Finance – Join us in Shanghai
SWIFT, the SWIFT Institute, University of California San Diego’s 21st Century China Program and Fudan University’s Financial Research Center join hands in organising an international conference on “China’s Emergence in International Finance” in Shanghai, China on July 10-11, 2013. This two-day conference is devoted to an in-depth discussion of issues facing China and the greater China region. The conference is built around three broad themes of competition, compliance and collaboration.