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14th May 2020

4 regions, 4 views, on the world post Covid-19: North America By Heithem Besbes, Senior Product Consultant

“Due to the Mayors (sic) decision, we are closed until further notice” March 22, that’s when it really hit home. I had decided to walk from the office rather than risk the crowded subway home. In the doors and windows of bars and restaurants was a version of the same message “Due to the Mayors […]

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14th May 2020

4 regions, 4 views, on the world post Covid-19: Latin America By Thiago Victor Bergamini, Digital Transformation Manager

Sometimes it looks like we are on the set of some science fiction movie. Bright sunny days with empty beaches. People wearing masks, few cars on the streets, everything is closed. The health crisis is on its peak here and we can see on our daily routine how this is leading to an economic crisis. […]

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11th May 2020

COVID -19 – VERMEG’s Smart Business Resumption Plan

VERMEG is adopting a “Smart Business Resumption Plan” (Smart BRP), based on a principle of “intelligent deconfinement”, a mix between progressive deconfinement and selective deconfinement. The strategy of the Smart BRP is following the VERMEG’s Business Continuity Plan (BCP): Our BCP focuses on sustaining the organization’s functions during, and after an incident for a specified […]

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11th May 2020

COVID-19 – VERMEG’s Business Continuity Plan

The continuous spreading of Coronavirus outbreak is touching most countries, and changing how companies work. In VERMEG, and in a coordinated effort to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are adopting Work From Home (WFH). Our employees around the world continue ensuring normal operation of the business under these exceptional conditions. Our leaders and experts are engaged to […]

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11th May 2020

Postponement of the ISO20022 for X-Border Payment and the COVID-19 crisis By Yamen Bousrih, Business Expert

Did that get your attention? The ISO20022 implementation for cross border payments has been delayed, but not due to the coronavirus crisis. It could, however, be impacted. SWIFT cancelled SIBOS this year due to COVID-19, but the decision to postpone the go-live of ISO20022 for cross border payments (MT Categories 1, 2 and 9) from […]

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