Audit and Internal Control


The purpose of this training is to equip Bank staff with the skills to understand and utilize Swift and its applications in its various aspects in order to achieve the best performance in the execution of its functions.

Currently, most international interbank transactions, such as payment orders and bank transfers, are carried out through the SWIFT network. This network allows the exchange of electronic messages in a highly secure environment, where each bank has its own address (SWIFT code, or BIC). In order to carry out these transactions, each participant must have a banking relationship with another.

This course aims to provide participants with knowledge in the area of the SWIFT application that allows them to stimulate, accountable and manage with accuracy and success.

At the end of this course participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of SWIFT in the financial sector
  • Identify the operation of the SWIFT system
  • Identify how the AWP works
  • Recognize the different phases of messages
  • Identify the different ways of approaching messages


  • SWIFT and its importance in the financial sector:
      Brief description of SWIFT and its functionalities
      Division by groups according to business areas
      The most used SWIFT messages and their layouts
      The types of messages used according to the operations
      Alliance Web Platform (for users in the operating area)
      Access to the application
      Creation of messages
      The repair of messages
      Authorization of messages
      Message Search
      The use of Help
      Practical exercises

Course Recipients:

Aimed at all employees in the Bank’s operational areas as well as those responsible for administering and maintaining SWIFT applications.

It is intended to deepen, to know and / or to develop their knowledge and skills in this area, complementing more practical knowledge about this subject, to assist them in the daily tasks, contributing to their professional success.

  • 18 Hours

  • 3 Days

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