TRADE FINANCE ANALYSIS is based on three main types of SWIFT FIN messages related to the International business:

  • MT 700
  • MT 710
  • MT 760

The analysis aims to provide a qualitative and quantitative/statistical evidence of INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY CREDITS & GUARANTEES, treating all the information contained in the individual messages with a high level of granularity, up to the single relationship with customers.
Download here a demo output for your better guidance: Trade Finance Analysis


Banks are provided with a Desktop App which allows users to analyse message flows directly on their workstation, starting from a TXT copy of SWIFT FIN messages.

Data analysis is effected on premises by the bank, therefore data are retained for internal use only for the sake of privacy.

The App does not need any installation procedure nor the intervention of ICT.
The App needs a simple activation process which requires about 20 minutes and which can be run by phone or by email exchange.


All the messages MT 700, 710 e 760 must be stored as follows:

  • One month of traffic for each .txt file
  • Standard SWIFT FIN (ISO 15022) syntax must be observed – see here an example of Sent and Received messages
  • Messages must be made available to the bank’s user by the respective ICT (this is the only contribution requested to the banks ICT)


  • Statistics and Share of Wallet for DCs (Documentary Credits) & LGs (Letter of Guarantees)
  • Letter of Guarantees:
    – Issuance (guarantees) vs. Request (counter-guarantees)
  • Documentary Credits:
    – Zone-countries, Banks
    – Confirmation Clauses and respective Profitability Index
    – Deferred Payment Class & Effective Duration
    – Availability
    – Import / Export, Geographical Areas & Countries
    – Counterpart, Ordering & Beneficiary Banks
    – Currencies (only for documentary credits)
    – Tolerance

Download here a demo output for your better guidance: Trade Finance Analysis

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