Jack Morton welcomes 8,000 at Swift event

Jack Morton Worldwide this week produced its 17th Sibos annual conference for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift).

Jack Morton to welcome 8,000 at Swift event
Jack Morton to welcome 8,000 at Swift event

The event was held from 19-23 September at the Metro Toronto Convention centre, Toronto and attracted around 8,000 delegates from across the globe. 

Sibos, Swift head Kris Hendrieckx said: "We have worked closely with the Jack Morton team over many years and have developed a solid parternship. The team understand our business needs, share our values and we work closely together to create a high-end experience for our delegates. We look forward to many more years of this successful collaboration."

Every year Sibos brings together delegates from financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations and technology partners to do business and discuss the financial industry.

The event includes an exhibition and a conference programme. This year, the Sibos conference programme was built around three key topics: regulation, technology, globalisation and localisation.

Jack Morton will also produce Sibos 2012, to be held in Osaka. 

Swift, a member-owned cooperative has more than 9,000 banking organisations, securities institutions and corporate customers in 209 countries. 

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