Fedwire® Funds Service ISO® 20022 Implementation Center
On June 27, 2022, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) announced (Off-site) in a Federal Register notice (Off-site) that the Federal Reserve Banks will adopt the ISO 20022 message format for the Fedwire Funds Service in a single-day implementation strategy on March 10, 2025. With this implementation, the Federal Reserve Banks will sunset the existing proprietary Fedwire Application Interface Manual (FAIM) format and replace all FAIM messages with ISO 20022 messages.
Federal Reserve Banks will help ensure everyone involved in preparing for the Fedwire Funds Service ISO 20022 single-day implementation on March 10, 2025 is well prepared.
The On the Wire newsletter provides everything you need to know about the multi-year Fedwire® Funds Service ISO 20022 migration project. We’ll help you prepare and get ready for the single-day implementation on March 10, 2025!
The Federal Reserve Banks will provide three ISO 20022 testing environments to ensure that the Fedwire Funds Service community is well-prepared for the single-day ISO 20022 implementation on March 10, 2025.
Industry Preparedness Dashboard
We are nearly complete with the onboarding of Fedwire Funds Service customers and service providers that have their own FedLine Direct® connection to the new depository institution testing (DIT2) environment. View our final progress dashboard DIT2 Onboarding Dashboard (PDF).
Note: Fedwire Funds Service customers that use the FedPayments® Manager — Funds application via the FedLine Advantage® solution can access the DIT2 environment by following these steps. No additional onboarding is required.
Fedwire ISO 20022 Preparedness Checklist
We have created checklists of action items to help you prepare for the Fedwire Funds Service ISO 20022 migration. Select the checklist that applies to your organization.
- FedLine Direct checklists:
- FedPayments Manager — Funds via FedLine Advantage checklists:
Fedwire ISO 20022 Format Documents
The final ISO 20022 message format specifications have been published on the Fedwire Funds Service page on SWIFT’s MyStandards platform (Off-site). The use of MyStandards is free and does not require SWIFT membership but users will need a valid swift.com login ID and password to access the MyStandards platform.
- Instructions to gain access to the Fedwire Funds Service page on MyStandards (PDF)
To prepare for the migration, the Federal Reserve Banks are working directly with software vendors that provide products designed to interface with the Fedwire Funds Service. The list is provided as a convenience for Fedwire Funds Service participants only. The Federal Reserve Banks DO NOT endorse any particular vendor or vendor product.
The Federal Reserve Banks are committed to providing the information you need related to the ISO 20022 implementation for the Fedwire Funds Service. Visit the frequently asked questions to find answers to the questions that you may have.
Learn more about how the Federal Reserve Banks reached the plan to adopt ISO 20022 messages for the Fedwire Funds Service.