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AFB Virtual Seminar: Implementation Roadmap for ISO20022

The AFB is delighted to partner with BCS Consulting, part of Accenture, to provide members with an overview of how to manage the implementation of ISO20022, which is set to become the new standard for payments messaging by 2025. 

Why attend?

Complying with the standard is the key focus for all organisations impacted by ISO20022. This session will highlight key information which members need to consider to achieve compliance and will look at the practical implications to provide members with the most relevant information for their circumstances, including realisation of benefits of enhanced data.

What will members gain?

An overview and understanding of:

  • Key dates
  • What minimum compliance means
  • What to consider when working with other banks
  • What challenges we’ve seen so far from other implementations
  • Practical implications of coexistence of messages


Matt Britton, Director

Matt is a Director with over twenty years consulting experience in Financial Services and over ten years in and around payments transformation. He is co-lead of our Payments business with deep knowledge of the UK banking landscape. He has performed key roles, across both business and technology, in high-profile transformation programmes, across every stage of the project lifecycle from business case development through to implementation.

Ramin Irvani, FS Technology Delivery Manager

Ramin is an FS Technology Delivery Manager and a lead member of the BCS Payments business. He has worked across a number of tier 1 banks, specifically responsible for the end-to-end delivery of new-to-bank solutions across banking functions including Payments and Risk, in addition to the introduction of new payments infrastructure, and operational processes with business counterparts.

Nava Rajamohan, Manager

Nava is a Manager within our Payments business who has a broad range of banking sector experience. He has worked across banking functions such as Payments and Financial Crime and most recently worked on the implementation of a Transaction Monitoring system at a UK private bank.


Cost:         Included in AFB membership (no fee)

Location:  Virtual seminar via Zoom

Date:        Wednesday 29 June 2022

Time:        09:00 – 10:00

There will be ample opportunity for questions throughout the session, however, if you would like to submit a question before or have any specific questions or areas that you would like the session to address, please send them to the AFB at as soon as practicable. You will receive details on how to join the session a few days before the event.