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RBA Glossary definition for ISO

ISO – International Organisation for Standardisation

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Banking and Payment Services

21 Oct 2021 RBA Annual Report – 2021
For the Bank, this project involves both an upgrade to its back office payments processing systems and also migrating messages currently used by RITS onto the ISO 20022 message standard. ... The potential synergies of an agreed ISO 20022 messaging format


10 Dec 2012 Conferences PDF 455KB
RBA Conference Volume 2012

Payments System Board Update: February 2020 Meeting

21 Feb 2020 Media Releases
Today’s Payments System Board meeting discussed the results from the Bank’s 2019 Consumer Payments Survey, the Review of Retail Payments Regulation, adoption of the new ISO 20022 messaging standards and proposed regulatory reforms for financial

Annual Performance Statement

9 Aug 2023 RBA Annual Report - 2022 PDF 186KB

Bulletin September Quarter 2020

9 Jun 2021 Bulletin - September 2020 PDF 5941KB

Banking and Payment Services

12 Apr 2020 RBA Annual Report – 2020
to migrate to a new modern and consistent messaging standard (the ISO 20022 message standard). ... Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) is coordinating this industry project and has held the first two meetings of the ISO 20022 Industry Migration

Banking and Payment Services

9 Aug 2023 RBA Annual Report - 2022 PDF 351KB

Fast Retail Payment Systems

17 Dec 2014 Bulletin December Quarter 2014 PDF 3057KB

Leaning In: Towards Better Payment and Clearing Systems

16 May 2019 Speech
Michele Bullock
Speech delivered by Michele Bullock, Assistant Governor (Financial System), at ASIC Annual Forum, Sydney

2019 Assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System – Material Developments

9 Mar 2023
SWIFT's end goal is to fully migrate all payments and reporting traffic to ISO 20022, allowing the community to use the same standard for all payments flows. ... The Bank and APC have targeted the end of 2024 to complete ISO 20022 migration, well ahead