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D+H’S U.K. SWIFT Service Bureau Receives Highest Level of SWIFT Certification

DH Corporation (“D+H”) (TSX: DH), a leading provider of technology solutions to financial institutions globally, today announced that its SWIFT service bureau in the United Kingdom has been awarded with the highest level of certification offered by SWIFT for service bureaus, the Premier Operational Practice label.
SWIFT awards service bureaus with the Premier Operational Practice label following rigorous on-site testing and inspections to validate compliance with its strict requirements. Among the requirements are secure infrastructure with built-in redundancies, best practice security controls, and robust bandwidth to handle peak volume processing.
With this recognition, D+H becomes the first SWIFT service bureau in the U.K. market to hold the Premier rating. It joins D+H’s Switzerland service bureau, which received the honor in 2014. This makes D+H the only company in the world to have two of its service bureaus awarded the Premier Operational Practice label from SWIFT.
"D+H is proud to have been awarded with its second Premier Operational Practice label from SWIFT," said Per Trifunovic, global head of Financial Messaging at D+H. “The honor is a testament to D+H’s commitment to providing the highest levels of service and security to our customers that trust us to exchange sensitive information in a safe and reliable way.”
D+H's SWIFT connectivity solutions provide banks and corporations around the world with a series of interbank connections and transaction-related applications designed to reduce risk and increase efficiency related to sending and receiving financial messages.