RBS Chairman sees challenges for SWIFT

At the closing plenary, Sir George Mathewson addresses the question of SWIFT transformation and looks to its future.

As the curtain draws on Sibos 2005 in Copenhagen, many of the delegates, exhibitors and most notably, SWIFT executives, were asking whether the theme of transformation lived up to its headline billing.

The short answer to this was yes, but for all involved, talk then inevitably turned to the ongoing spirit of transformation and SWIFT's continual role in this challenging evolution.

At the closing plenary in Copenhagen, these were questions posed by one of the event's key note speakers, Sir George Mathewson, chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group RBS, the UK's second largest banking group by market capitalization.

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