At AIRS CONSULTING Business relationship are based on a Best Practice approach.



  •   Knowledge of the Finance & Banking field, its expectations

  •   Ethical behavior to gain the trust and respect of stakeholders

  •   Motivation to ensure a constant commitment to the objectives

  •   Availability and flexibility to facilitate adaptation to new demands and to meet deadlines

  •   A particular vision of the relationship of trust and a professional conscience

  •   Commitment to satisfy end user expectations: Presentations, Demonstrations, Training

  •   Efficiency, Safety, Reliability, Optimization are part of our concerns.


We are an IT Services Company mainly engaged in the banking and financial sector. Our expertise is positioned on the 'Financial Messaging' technologies.


We act primarily as Consultants, Technical Project Managers, Business Analysts or Subject Matter Experts for the implementation of 'Messaging' solutions.



AIRS CONSULTING customers are mainly: Financial institutions, IT services companies of medium to large organizations. The expertise focus Messaging and EAI Software vendors in the Banking sector but also Wealth Management products in the Finance sector.



Our activities are naturally directed towards the skills we have gathered over years and mainly in the following areas:

  • International Financial Messaging ​​SWIFT


  • Switzerland Messaging Infrastructure Market SIC / euroSIC Secom


  • Wealth Management Portfolio Management System

    • Position and Transaction integration


  • Interbank switching messaging platforms expertise


  • Messages Standards like MT or MX (ISO 20022 ...), and their mapping / transformation, routing and depending flow management techniques


  • SWIFTNet network technologies, Finance IPNet Network in Switzerland


  • Security and Interchanges access on these networks (PKI, HSM ...)


We are also commited to stay aware of any new development on all Financial Market Infrastructures, to do so we are constantly listening news occuring almost everyday in this ever changing sector:


  • SEPA, Target2, EBA/STEP2, T2S...



ECB tells firms to buck up Sepa migration efforts

ECB tells firms to buck up Sepa migration efforts

The European Central Bank (ECB) has warned that many companies are leaving Sepa migration too late, leaving themselves open to serious problems when the February 2014 deadline arrives.

In a report, the ECB says that with just 11 months until the migration deadline for Sepa (Single euro payments area) credit transfers and direct debits, large swathes of the continent is behind schedule.

While most corporations have already completed the planning phase and know what Sepa will mean for them in practical terms, a number have adopted very late internal deadlines for actual implementation, waiting until the end of 2013. This is a "source of concern", in particular when it comes direct debits, warns the report.

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