When SWIFT introduced the Global Payment Innovation (gpi) initiative in 2017, it initially spurred concerns around data privacy and protection, causing a sudden reluctance to use the platform. Now that we are three years out since its inception, SWIFT gpi has seen rapid adoption for cross-border payments with nearly 4,000 financial institutions and 80 market infrastructures currently enabled. In fact, according to SWIFT, gpi payments worth $77 trillion were processed in 2019 alone, representing 65% of all cross-border (MT103) messages sent over SWIFT, with strong activity recently seen across domestic wholesale and retail markets.1
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