MyStandards Readiness Portal
We have launched the SWIFT MyStandards Readiness Portal to help you to start testing your CHAPS payment messages against the published schemas.
We encourage all CHAPS direct participants to use the portal to prepare for the CHAPS ISO 20022 migration.
We will monitor usage to keep informed of how ready the industry is for migration.
What can I use the portal for?
The portal will validate CHAPS ISO 20022 messages to ensure they comply with the schemas and the format meets mandatory requirements for a payment message to settle in RTGS.
It will also enable you to validate examples of the cash management and administration messages that CHAPS direct participants will receive from RTGS. This will enable them to prepare their systems to process them.
It links with the SWIFT MyStandards documents, not the Standards Source documentation.
How do I gain access to it?
To get access, you:
- Register for a swift.com account for MyStandards.
- Request access to the Bank of England ISO 20022 (external users) community. We will process your request within 48 hours.
- Email email@example.com to request a copy of the ‘Readiness Portal – Community Access Agreement’. Include a brief explanation of why you want to use the portal. The agreement should be signed on behalf of your organisation and returned to the same address.
- Use the form below to list people who are authorised to access the portal on behalf of your organisation. Return it to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I use the portal?
We are developing a set of use cases to support testing and we will shared these with direct participants via the RTGS Renewal Testing Working Group.
You can use portal in any way that supports your development of your CHAPS ISO 20022 messages.
How long will the portal be available?
The portal will be available throughout the RTGS Renewal Programme.
We will update it later in 2020 with the schemas for the enhanced CHAPS ISO 20022 messages.