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ISO 20022 Migration

The introduction of ISO 20022 as the financial messaging standard for cross border / high value payments and reporting is fast approaching. Starting March 2023, Swift CBPR+ requires financial institutions to receive MX or Multiformat payment messages.

Who is impacted?

  • Swift requires Banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions that receive MT103 and MT202 messages today:
    • To connect to the Swift FINPlus platform by March 2023
    • To be ready to receive MX or Multiformat payment messages from other institutions by March 2023
    • Sending MX is optional until November 2025
  • Corporate Clients who connect to J.P. Morgan via our proprietary channels:
    • No direct impact but are encouraged to prepare to adopt ISO 20022 standard from 2023 onwards
  • Corporates who connect to J.P. Morgan via SCORE or a CUG (Closed User Groups):
    • No direct impact but are encouraged to consider your longer-term objectives for ISO 20022 adoption

Important Update: ISO 20022 Migration for CBPR+ Rescheduled for March 2023

In line with the recent European Central Bank announcement, Swift announced that the Cross-Border Payments and Reporting (CBPR+) ISO 20022 migration initiative go-live date has been moved to March 20, 2023.

What this means for our clients

This is simply a shift in timing to ensure industry readiness. We continue to deliver against our current planned scope, accounting for the new go-live date.

Updated: CHAPS Migration Date for ISO 20022

In line with the recent date changes announced in the industry, the Bank of England has announced an updated migration go-live date of 19 June 2023 for the implementation of ISO 20022 for CHAPS, the UK’s high-value payment system.

What this means for our clients

Your transaction processes will not be impacted by this postponement. This is simply an additional shift in timing as the industry prepares for ISO 20022 adoption. J.P. Morgan continues to deliver against our current planned scope, accounting for new go-live dates that have been announced for 2023.

What to Know



Managing truncation risks remains a key focus for the industry, where there is particular focus on the period between the CBPR+ implementation in March 2023 and the full activation of Swift’s Transaction Manager Platform by May 2023. A useful 15-minute introductory video on Transaction Manager can be watched on SwiftSmart (for registered users only).

As a reminder, please continue to refer to the published industry guidance on implementing ISO 20022 for cross-border payments. This includes the following:

  1. ISO 20022 Payments Migration and Interoperability Considerations for the global Community

Developed by Swift Payments Market Practice Group in July 2022 for stakeholders impacted by the ISO 20022 CBPR+ implementation.

This guidance complements the PMPG’s Best Practice Guidelines for the Payment Industry Migration to ISO20022 developed by the PMPG in December 2021 (launches download).

The PMPG’s industry guidance recommends avoiding origination of the following rich data elements for cross-border payments, until at least November 2023 ("Target Date"):

  • Ultimate Debtor
  • Ultimate Creditor
  • Category Purpose
  • Structured remittance data
  • Related remittance info

According to the guidance, only a few banks have upgraded their initiation channels to enable use of rich ISO 20022 data. Those banks that have done so are encouraged to request that their clients refrain from populating these elements until sometime after the Target Date. Populating these data elements before the Target Date could trigger data being truncated or dropped and could result in payment delays or reconciliation issues for the creditor.

  1. CBPR+ Data Integrity Market Practice Guidance

Where enhanced ISO 20022 data elements are introduced by a payment originator despite the above guidance, new market practice guidelines for banks have been developed by CBPR+ to manage potential risks where the enhanced data elements are truncated or dropped altogether at some point in the payment chain.

More information is available at: CBPR+ Data Integrity Market Practice Guidance (Swift user ID and Password required)

Truncation during Market Infrastructure transaction legs:

Collectively, the published industry guidance may also be applied to a transaction leg settled across a local Market Infrastructure (i.e., currency clearing systems) that has not yet adopted the ISO 20022 standard.

For example, the latest published market guidance now applies for transaction legs settled through the CHAPS Market Infrastructure prior to it adopting ISO 20022, complementing the previously agreed guidance for those payments. As a result, enhanced ISO elements should not be used for GBP cross-border payments until the Target Date.

What does this mean for J.P. Morgan's clients?

  • For financial institution (FI) and non-bank financial institution (NBFI) clients that send and receive MT103/202 messages today via Swift, we encourage you to familiarize yourselves with the evolving market practices and follow industry guidance where appropriate.
  • For corporate clients using our proprietary channels that wish to adopt enhanced ISO 20022 initiation via J.P. Morgan, please be aware that we plan to align with the published industry guidance and not enable enhanced data elements before the Target Date. Please contact your J.P. Morgan representative to discuss further.
  • For corporate clients using Swift SCORE or CUG services to connect to J.P. Morgan, there is no immediate impact.
  • For all clients, despite these industry measures to risk-manage the introduction of ISO 20022, you should continue to develop your plans to implement the ISO 20022 standard within your organization, whilst noting the industry guidance.
  • For all clients, even though there will be limited use of enhanced ISO data elements before the Target Date, it remains possible that you may receive some truncated data within legacy reporting formats. In particular, name and address data may be truncated. Where possible, we will aim to provide a + symbol as an indication of where such truncation has occurred, but this feature may not be available in all cases initially. If you have any specific questions on this, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative.

Please also review the following sections for additional clarification:

  • J.P. Morgan’s plans for sending MX (pacs) payment messages wherever possible, including for serial third-party receipts (see FI/NBFI Swift Users section)
  • J.P. Morgan’s plans for introducing camt (052/053/054) messages for client reporting (relevant to all clients)

This is a significant period for the payments industry as we move toward adoption of ISO 20022 for high value / cross-border payments in March 2023. We remain on track to meet industry timelines and want to share some key highlights about the migration.

In March 2023, there are several major milestones:

  • Implementation of CBPR+ (Swift adoption of ISO 20022 MX messages for bank-to-bank messages)
  • General availability of Swift infrastructure changes that support the implementation of CBPR+, including FINPlus, the In-Flow Translation Service and the Transaction Manager (although the latter will only take effect in live environment from end Q1 2023)
  • Several Market Infrastructures (MIs), including TARGET2 (EUR), are also planning to adopt the ISO 20022 standards either before or at the same time as the CBPR+ implementation

How these changes impact our clients:

Bank and non-bank financial institution clients who send and receive Swift FIN MT payment messages (e.g., MT103/202):

  • Must at a minimum connect to the Swift FINPlus platform by March 2023, which includes Swift’s in-flow translation service, and be ready to receive the MX messages that institutions may send you. View more information on Swift's connectivity guidance.
  • Need to have a plan to transition fully from MT to MX messages no later than November 2025

Clients who connect to J.P. Morgan via our proprietary channels:

  • Should consider the opportunities and increasing market expectations for the adoption of ISO 20022, but be aware that J.P. Morgan plans to align with the published industry guidance and not enable enhanced data elements before the Target Date.

Clients who connect to J.P. Morgan via Swift Corporate CUG (Closed User Groups):

  • Changes to MT101 messages are not in scope for March 2023

For all clients, there may also be some immediate impacts, such as:

  • Incoming funds may be paid to their account via MX messages, which may include some enhanced information that could be truncated or omitted within existing reporting formats. Adopting the ISO-enabled reporting options will help mitigate these impacts, particularly after November 2023 when we anticipate more usage of enhanced ISO 20022 data.

We encourage you to review the details below and check back often, as this page will be updated regularly.

  1. Familiarize yourself with Swift's plans, including FINPlus requirements, In-Flow Translation, and the Transaction Manager (TM) Platform, to ensure you're ready to receive and process incoming Swift messages starting in March 2023. Please refer to the latest information available at the Swift Knowledge Centre, including Operations Guide, Service Description, Business Processing Rules and FAQ documents.
  2. Understand the plans of your payment service providers like J.P. Morgan to align your plans accordingly.
  3. Have an implementation plan for transitioning to ISO MX messages and consider all potential operational and technology impacts.
  4. Develop a plan to add structured address data for your clients where they are debtor party, and work with your clients to start collecting and organising beneficiary details in structured format.
  5. Be aware of appropriate market developments and recommendations during the implementation phase, including those referenced previously in relation to industry truncation risks.
  • Clients can choose to send us MT or MX messages during the co-existence period established by Swift (March 2023 – Nov. 2025)
  • Clients must be ready to receive incoming Payments Clearing and Settlement messages (pacs.008 and pacs.009 (Core, COV and ADV)) via Swift FINPlus starting March 2023, even if you plan to continue to use MT messages for your core payment processing
  • From March 2023, where not restricted by a non-ISO 20022 Market Instructure, J.P. Morgan intends to send MX (pacs) messages to clients and counterparties, including for serial third party (pacs.008/009) credit advice messages, even where we receive the incoming message in a legacy/MT format. MX (pacs) messages provide for enhanced data transparency and formatting, and we are committed to deriving these benefits at the earliest opportunity.
    • As an exception, we will continue to provide the forced MT103/202 service to clients that use that service today in lieu of MT910 – see below for more information. If you are not subscribed for this service, you will receive pacs.008/009 for serial third party credit advice messages, as described above.
  • Connection to the Swift FINPlus platform will enable Swift's In-Flow Translation service, which will allow you to receive the MX message with embedded MT message, if you are not ready to receive native MX payment messages.
  • Please check with your compliance team to understand your obligations related to enhanced data received within the MX messages
  • If you have any questions on the above, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative.

MT9xx will remain the default reporting option sent by J.P. Morgan starting March 2023:

  • J.P. Morgan will continue to send MT9xx as the default option (note: as stated above, this does not apply for serial third party credit advices where we will send pacs.008/009).
  • Clients can opt in to receive Cash Management messages (camt .052, .053 and .054); it is important to note that these messages will include information relating to transactions received via MX or MT messages.
    • Availability for this option will initially be limited to a small number of clients to participate in a pilot launch in Q1 2023.
    • There will be a broader launch for other early adopter clients from Q2 2023.
  • We will have a camt.054 schema on our Swift MyStandards page shortly, to clarify the key formatting features, particularly for elements that are subject to interpretation.

If you are interested in receiving camt messages, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative for more information about this option.

Providing enhanced information within MT9xx messages during the Mar. 2023 – Nov. 2025 co-existence period:

  • Given that the adoption of camt. messages is expected to take place over time post-March 2023, where possible we are adapting our MT9xx messages for credits, to append useful information from MX payment transactions, leveraging CBPR+  guidelines (access to Swift resources only for registered users):
    • Providing pacs End2End ID Transaction reference as the "Related Reference" (e.g., MT910 field 21, MT940 Field 61 subfield 7) for credit transactions within the MT9xx series messages where provided (excluding business scenarios where we already customize this reference for clients).
    • Mapping enhanced ISO data fields from the MX messages into the MT9xx series messages where there is enough space to do so (MT910 field 72, MT940 field 86) while avoiding impact to existing reference and data mapping features.
    • Including "+" at the end of fields where possible, in case data cannot be included in the message due to insufficient space; this may apply to Related Reference, Party and Agent details and Sender to Receiver / Detailed Transaction Information fields (for example, Beneficiary details (T58/T59) within the MT9xx series messages).
    • These additional features will be available for most EMEA account locations from Q1 / Q2 2023, with other account locations expected to introduce these enhancements later in 2023.
  • Clients using the forced MT103 service (including forced MT202 where that is provided) in lieu of receiving MT910, can migrate to camt.054. We recognise this will require time to implement, therefore we plan to retain this service (using MT message) until the end of the co-existence period. To help clients receive helpful information during the interim period, where possible we will attempt to map enhanced data from inbound pacs messages into these messages, leveraging CBPR+ prioritisation and including "+" when data cannot be included due to insufficient space.

J.P. Morgan will continue to accept Swift MT210 messages in account locations where those messages are accepted today. From March 2023, J.P. Morgan will also accept camt.057 messages instead of MT210 messages in those account locations; however, note only single camt.057 messages will be accepted and not multiple advices within the same message.

For returned payments, where possible, we are planning to provide return reason information as well as the most relevant reference information to clients (i.e., their original debit or credit references) to aid reconciliation and onward processing.

Information on our camt. 052/3/4 message formatting will be provided within our camt. (054) schema, on our Swift MyStandards page.

Information on how the above will be accommodated within our MT9xx messages is shown below. This will be implemented for most EMEA account locations post the CBPR+ implementation, to enhance clients’ reconciliation processes. Updates available for EMEA accounts MT9xx reporting:

Updates available for EMEA accounts MT9xx reporting:

  • Where possible, J.P. Morgan will identify a return transaction, either through receipt of a pacs.004 or through receipt of an MT103/202 with /RETN/ code at the start of field 72.
  • For both inbound (credit) and outbound (debit) transactions identified as returns, the following information will be included in the Sender to Receiver / Information for Account Owner fields, where available:
    • /RTN/ key word
    • End2EndID of Payment being returned (if not available, a space will be added)
    • Return Code and Code Name (where provided)
    • Returned Amount (e.g., “USD100,1” or “EUR100”,)
    • Originator Details
    • Original Instruction ID
    • Details will be delimited by a “/” and if any details are not available e.g., End2EndID or Originator Details this will be indicated by a “ “ (space).
  • J.P. Morgan will also attempt to provide the most relevant reference in field 21 of the MT900/910 and subfield 7 of the MT940:
    • For inbound (credit) return entries – we will aim to provide a client’s original Instruction ID (MX) or original Tag 20 (MT) reference from the original payment being returned
    • For outbound (debit) return entries – we will aim to provide a client’s Tag 20 (if return message is sent as MT) or the Original Instruction ID provided by the client (if return message is sent as pacs.004).

      E.g.:

      72:/RTN/ /MS01 /USD999,/ / P333333333333 (sender’s Tag 20 Reference or equiv.)

      72:/RTN/ /BE02 /TEXT/BENEFICIARY CODE

      UNKNOWN/GBP8888,/ / 000001645022 (client’s original debit Tag 20 Reference or equiv.)


  • We will confirm at a later stage when the above will be introduced for other account locations (expected to be within 2023). Where possible, we are also planning to enhance transparency of return payments within clients' billing invoices, where this doesn’t occur today (the date for this is planned for 2023 and will be confirmed).

J.P. Morgan will be sending pacs.004 for returning settled payments starting March 2023. Clients wishing to receive these messages in MT format can do so by using the Swift in-flow translation service.

Clients can utilise pacs.004 message to initiate return messages via J.P. Morgan although it is also acceptable to continue to use MT with /RETN/ codewords, or even initiate the return as a new payment.

Please reference the ISO codes for returns messages, as per industry guidelines.

 

From March 2023, for CBPR+ transaction legs, J.P. Morgan will initially issue recalls and rejections and respond to incoming requests (including incoming camt.056 FI to FI Cancellation message) using existing MT message types and practices. We will start sending the camt.056 and camt 0.29 (Resolution of Enquiry) messages as industry adoption increases.

Similarly, J.P. Morgan will continue to use the MT199 in most instances to reject payment requests for CBPR+ transaction legs and will start sending the pacs.002 negative Customer Status Report as industry adoption increases.

We do not plan to send (or receive) any optional pacs.002 positive or pending status reports from March 2023 or in the future.

Please refer to the published market practice guidelines on use of enhanced ISO data elements. This guidance is expected to limit the use of enhanced ISO data elements until post November 2023.

We're making every effort to ensure the services driven by bilaterally agreed codewords for data patterns continue to work seamlessly for clients moving to the new MX messages. If this applies to you and you would like more information, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions. For additional information on formatting bilaterally agreed codewords within the pacs.008 and 009 schemas, please refer to J.P. Morgan's Swift MyStandards schemas on Swift‍.‍com. If you require further clarification or need access to J.P. MyStandard, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative.

Please note the following details regarding the transition of existing RMAs to MX messages:

  • RMAs allow the exchange of Swift messages over the Swift network
  • To smooth the transition between FIN and FIN+, Swift "bootstrapped" (copy/paste) all participants FIN RMAs into their equivalent ISO RMAs as of July 30, 2022. Bootstrapping occurred for 9 of the message types in scope for March, including MT103 and MT202.
  • The current MT9 category of Swift FIN message types does not require an RMA, but the equivalent ISO camt message types does require an RMA. To lessen the operational impact, Swift provided an optional bootstrap event for the camt.052/053/054 messages types on July 30, 2022. There are 2 further opportunities before 2025 to opt-in to the camt.052/053/054 bootstrap.
  • Up to March 2023, the key tasks are (1) to tidy-up any extraneous bootstrapped records, and (2) distribute the FIN+ RMAs into your local RMA and InterAct applications to enable RMA checking.

We know some clients are eager to test ISO 20022 messages. To help prepare for March 2023, clients can reference the following:

  • Swift MyStandards schemas and the CBPR+ sample message library on Swift.com
  • J.P. Morgan's Swift MyStandards schemas on Swift.com (currently available for pacs.008, pacs.009, and camt.054) which identifies how to populate bilaterally agreed codewords and indicator within the new industry message schemas. To access J.P. Morgan's schemas on Swift MyStandards, you will need to request access to this user group on Swift.com.
  • Swift Sparring Partner tool, which may reduce the need for bilateral testing between Swift members. For more information on this tool, please contact your Swift representative.
  • Bi-lateral testing with J.P. Morgan in a client-testing UAT environment may be an option from the go-live date in March 2023; timelines and options remain under consideration.

At this stage, J.P. Morgan has no timeline for adopting the CBPR+ pain.001 v9 bank to bank relay message on a send basis and will continue to send relay messages in the existing MT format. We are also not expecting to receive these messages before mid-2023 and any usage of the CBPR+ pain.001 v9 message would need to be agreed bilaterally.


Market Utilities

The following section is for CLS USD Nostro, CLS Third Party, and Clearinghouse Settlement Service users only.

  • CLS USD Nostro Services
    • From March 2023, CLS USD Nostro Service clients can continue to use MT202 messages with current formatting to instruct their CLS USD Nostro Pay-ins.
    • Alternatively, J.P. Morgan will be able to accept CLS USD Nostro Pay-ins via pacs.009 (using the CLSTIME element - <SttlmTmReq> <CLSTm>) or Instructions for Next Agent containing the CLS codeword and time.
    • Should you wish to use pacs.009, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative so we can coordinate plans accordingly.
    • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.

  • CLS Third Party Service
    • From March 2023, drawdowns used for the CLS Third Party Service will continue to be sent in MT format until further notice.
    • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.

  • CLSNow
    • From March 2023, clients can continue to use MT202 messages with current formatting to instruct CLSNow Pay-ins.
    • Alternatively, J.P. Morgan will be able to accept payments via pacs.009; please use existing codewords in Instructions for Next Agent.
    • Should you wish to use pacs.009, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative so we can coordinate plans accordingly.
    • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.

  • CLSCCP
    • From March 2023, clients can continue to use MT202 messages with current formatting to instruct CLSCCP Pay-ins.
    • Alternatively, J.P. Morgan will be able to accept payments via pacs.009; please use existing codewords in Instructions for Next Agent.
    • Should you wish to use pacs.009, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative so we can coordinate plans accordingly.
    • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.

  • J.P. Morgan will liaise with each clearinghouse to discuss individual clearinghouse migration plans.
  • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.
  • J.P. Morgan will liaise directly with SwapAgent to discuss migration plans.
  • Impacts to other payment and reporting message types are covered within the general What to Know sections above.

The ISO 20022 messaging standard presents unique opportunities for our corporate clients.

While it's not mandatory for clients using J.P. Morgan channels or Swift Corporate CUG, migrating to ISO 20022 is a great opportunity to capture rich data benefits for your business. Corporate clients can use the enhanced data model to employ more efficient reconciliation, enhanced invoice information at scale, and fewer manual processes. Please be aware that we do plan to align with the published industry guidance and not enable enhanced data elements before the Target Date (November 2023). Please contact your J.P. Morgan representative to discuss further.

As financial institutions migrate to ISO 20022 in March, and with market demand expected to increase, we would still encourage you to plan for these changes. And we're here to help.

Review the details below and check back often, as this page will be updated regularly.

Adoption of the ISO 20022 standard for high value and cross border payment initiation is optional at this time and clients can continue using existing methods. However, we are prepared to support you if you decide to adopt ISO 20002 pain.001 via a Host-to-Host connection or SwiftNet FileAct.

  • Clients connecting to J.P. Morgan via Host-to-Host can consider adopting the Payment Initiation messages or the pain.001 v9 standard (which will enable clients to pass end to end enhanced elements such as Ultimate parties and Structured Remittance), and adherence to J.P. Morgan's formatting guidelines
  • Please note that J.P. Morgan plans to align with the published industry guidance and not enable enhanced data elements before the Target Date (November 2023). If you connect via Access®: some ISO 20022 data fields relating to structured address may be made available during 2023 with full enhanced data available post the Target Date (November 2023).
  • Corporate CUG clients (Swift Standardised Corporate Environment -- SCORE) that connect to us via Swift: be aware that changes to MT101 messages are not in scope for March 2023; plans to migrate these messages to the ISO-20022 equivalent format have yet to be finalised by the industry

To learn more about ISO 20022 payment initiation options, including account locations where this is available, please contact your J.P. Morgan representative.

ISO 20022 increases limit of characters that can be presented in Payment Clearing and Settlement messages. Clients may see a "+" symbol at the end of a field when data from an incoming ISO message exceeds the size limit of the current reporting format.

From Q2 2023, J.P. Morgan will offer a new version of Host-to-Host ISO 20022 camt.05x.001.02 reporting format (Cash Management messages), which will support the increased character limits and additional ISO 20022 data elements present in a Payments Clearing and Settlement messages.

As a new industry message type will be available for returned payments, where possible, we will be enhancing transparency of return payments within clients' billing invoices, where this doesn’t occur today.



Additional Information

Market Infrastructures


05 December 2022 — In line with the recent date changes announced in the industry, the Bank of England has announced an updated migration go-live date of 19 June 2023 for the implementation of ISO 20022 for CHAPS, the UK’s high-value payment system.

What this means to you

We recommend that clients refrain from including enhanced data in their GBP payments until the market is ready. Based on the published market practice guidelines, we recommend not to use enhanced data prior to the Target Date (November 2023) for all currencies, including GBP.

If enhanced data is used for GBP payments prior to the Target Date, it may result in data being truncated. Where this occurs, it may be indicated by a "+" symbol within the payment message. It is possible therefore that you may receive a payment message with "+" symbol between March 2023 and June 2023.

More information on this change is available on the Bank of England website (including the ISO 20022 Technical Resources page/Mitigating risk of data truncation in CHAPS messages for a limited time period). We encourage you to review the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Whitelabel Communications and Technical Guidance documents, the latter of which makes direct reference to the published market practice guidance (CBPR+ Data Integrity Market Practice Guidance).

MEPS+ migrated to Like for Like (L4L) ISO messages in August 2022. J.P. Morgan is now live, sending and receiving SDG L4L ISO messages.

The Bank of Thailand Automated High-value Transfer Network (BAHTNET) migrated to ISO 20022 in August 2022. J.P. Morgan is now live, sending and receiving THB ISO messages.

J.P. Morgan is now live, sending and receiving MYR ISO messages since September 5, 2022.

SAMOS migrated to ISO in September 2022. J.P. Morgan is now live, sending and receiving ZAR ISO messages.

The TARGET2 migration to ISO 20022 scheduled for November 2022 has been postponed to March 20, 2023, by the European Central Bank. As a result, the EURO1 migration, due to happen at the same time, has also been postponed to March 20, 2023.

The Australian Payments Network has announced that the High Value Clearing System (HVCS) migration is moved to March 20, 2023.

Payments New Zealand has announced that the NZ High Value Clearing System migration is moved to March 20, 2023.

CHIPS is migrating to ISO 20022 on November 2023 and is making provisions to allow ISO-enabled data from CBPR+ messages to be passed between clearing participants from March 2023. As announced in June 2022, Fedwire Funds Service is migrating to ISO 20022 no earlier than March 2025.

FXYCS have adopted ISO 20022 since 2013, using the ISO 20022 version available at the time. The following two-phase approach has been agreed to for CBPR+ messages (MX):

  1. During the initial co-existence period from March 2023, an agreed mapping of incoming MX into the current FXYCS ISO 20022 format will be implemented by clearing participants. No changes are expected in the existing FXYCS messages.
  2. The Japanese community and the operator of FXYCS will agree on a future date to upgrade the current FXYCS format to a format that is interoperable with the current HVPS+ format.

Lynx has postponed the activation of the technology until March 2023, in alignment with Swift’s revised implementation date.