Talk:ISO 20022

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Controversial wording ????[edit]

I would argue that the following wording needs to be reconsidered for the front article

"ISO 20022 is the successor to ISO 15022...."

According to the info at

the current status of ISO 15022 is not superceded by ISO 20022, rather it was appended by ISO 20022. Otherwise the info at ISO website would be incorrect.

I would reword it as

"ISO 20022 is the standard complementary to ISO 15022"


"ISO 20022 is the appending standard to ISO 15022"

Since I'm unable to obtain these standards, the persons who can access these docs, please verify them.

Not really controversial[edit]

Those links indicate that ISO 20022 revises ISO 15022. That revision is so complete that it is correct to consider ISO 20022 to be a successor to ISO 15022.

Note that ISO 20022 has not immediately replaced ISO 15022; both will continue to be in use for years to come, but the intention is that there will be no major new work done on ISO 15022 messages; any major new work will be done in ISO 20022, so ISO 15022 should slowly fade away over time.

Abcoates (talk) 21:28, 31 October 2008 (UTC)

Catalogue of Messages[edit]

Since its all about the messagings standardisation, I added a reference to the catalogue of messages at — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 08:20, 24 December 2011 (UTC)

What does this do???[edit]

I've read the summary and I still do not know how ISO 20022 is used or what it is used for. The summary simply states who it is used by (financial institutions) and that it contains metadata and messages. What are in these messages? What does this metadata describe? For this to be a real encyclopeida article, it has to answer "what is this used for". Stephen Charles Thompson (talk) 23:06, 16 April 2012 (UTC)

Euroclear link fails?[edit]

It does not work from my machine :

Is this link only available if you have a Euroclear account? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:54, 16 September 2014 (UTC)