Bank transfer is defined as the means by which funds are transferred electronically from one person or institution to other persons or institutions. Bank transfers can be made by bank to another account through the cash transfer office from one person to another, Bank transfers are often the most appropriate for transferring money from bank accounts. The transfer is made when the person wishing to transfer money approaches a bank and gives the bank a request to transfer the specified amount of money. The bank account number is given to the bank, The bank also sends a message via a secure system to the receiving bank, and requests activation of funds transfer in accordance with the instructions given.
The British Academy for Training and Development offers Swift Banking Transfer Diploma, to those who want to acquire great skills in working in financial markets and gain experience in the management of Banks and trust Companies.
Objectives and target group
Target audience of Swift Message Circulation Diploma:
Managers of institutions and companies.
Businessmen wishing to develop their skills in managing banks.
Students and graduates of business schools in different universities.
Bank managers and departmental staff in banks.
Accountants and their assistants in banks and banks.
Anyone wishing to develop their expertise in the field of financial markets.
How will participants benefit from attending the Swift Wire Transfer Diploma?
At the end of the diploma, the participants will know:
The ability to supervise the preparation of the registration bonds and to verify the validity of these bonds and work on their adoption before the processes of registration in the accounting books of companies.
Gain experience in the field of supervision and supervision of all documents received from the Accounting Office.
Implementation of all financial procedures by senior management.
Acquiring experience in the management and management of banking operations in remittances.
The scientific content of the diploma:
The most important advantages of SWIFT system.
Banking operations directly related to the Soviets (remittances, credits, collection policies, foreign guarantees, treasury).
Reasons to establish a banking relationship with correspondent banks to carry out remittances.
The types of SWIFT messages are summarized in numbers MT101 to MT999.
Money Laundering and its relationship with remittances.
The concept of the immediate gross settlement system
Definition of remittances.
The parties to the remittances issued and received.
Types of remittances.
The concept of Swift messages and methods of dealing with them.
The extent and limits of banks' commitment with regard to remittances issued and received.
Difference between remittances of individuals and remittances of financial institutions (banks) MT103, MT 202.
Types of SWIFT messages related to remittances and explain the items and fields of each of them are:MT102, MT102, MT 202, MT 110, MT191, MT 192, MT 195, MT 196, MT 199, MT103 - A detailed explanation of the items and fields of the SWIFT message for individuals
.MT202 - A detailed explanation of the SWIFT message concerning financial institutions (banks)
The definition and concept of the international bank account number IBAN NO.
Advantages and benefits of using the international bank account number.
Practical procedures for issuance of remittances and handling of requests from customers.
Multiple operation cases for SWIFT message processing.
Cancellation of the issued order.
Modification of the issued order.
Inquiring about correspondent banks and coverage of remittances to these banks through The Bankers Almanac.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city