Sibos Cancels Physical Conference
In light of the global coronavirus pandemic, SWIFT has taken a decision to cancel the Sibos physical event scheduled to take place in Boston from 5-8 October 2020. We reached this decision after extensive consultation with the community and in the interest, first and foremost, of protecting the safety and wellbeing of our customers, partners and staff.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to cancel the #Sibos physical event in Boston from 5-8 October 2020. But hold the dates. We think bringing the community together is more important than ever and are exploring options to do so virtually https://t.co/9hkoPKzrQO pic.twitter.com/4AEhYSs4YR
— Sibos (@Sibos) April 14, 2020
This is not a decision we take lightly, but one we believe is the most responsible course of action given global circumstances.
We are exploring options to launch some world-class industry thought leadership content digitally that week and beyond. So please hold on to the dates in your diary. We will update www.sibos.com as these plans take shape.
We look forward to seeing you in person at next year’s Sibos, to take place in Singapore from 11-14 October 2021.
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