RMA is a system in which a sender bank and a recipient bank must allow each other to send quick messages and also what kind of quick message they can send each other. This will make the communication system safer. Financial banks around the world are reducing the number of active RMA keys to reduce KYC`s costs. As with cash clearing, this could have an impact on banks and their customers in some regions, particularly in emerging markets and for SMEs. While banks like Societe Generale will generally find a bank to negotiate with in the countries where our customers need it, some banks in certain regions, such as Africa, are finding it increasingly difficult to find a large or global regional bank that can connect with them in terms of trade finance. The barking of the risk of trade finance means that some countries may have more difficulty connecting to the outside world. In addition, the major regional and global banks will focus on the best deals and negotiate with customers who have more regular trade flows and are considered safe. Companies that may only trade a handful a year or a small opportunistic activity that wins a single export market may have difficulty finding banking partners to access the overseas financial system. Effective link management is more important than ever, in the context of stricter rules and enforcement and threats of fraudulent transactions. As part of the SWIFTNet Phase 2 project, RMA was originally expected to be put on SWIFT FIN as part of the SWIFTNet Phase 2 project.
 RMA keys allow banks to open relatively simple and simple channels on the SWIFT network – from a technical point of view, banks only have to agree that they will use an RMA key. However, even if a channel is technically open, it would not be used for FIN messages, unless each partner of the other partner runs a complete KYC (know your client) and, if necessary, (for example,. B a high-risk country), another authorization is obtained, as required by the banks` compliance services. The impact of risk prevention on trade finance is not yet critical, but it is a well-known issue of CCI and SWIFT, and which an institution such as IFC highlights in a recent document (September 2017). The proposed measures range from: the Bank`s correspondence relations are carried out via SWIFT`s global network, which includes 11,000 banks in 200 countries. RMA (Relationship Management Application) keys allow banks to connect with each other. The RMA is a SWIFT-mandated filter that allows financial institutions to define which counterparties can send them FIN messages. Unwanted traffic is blocked at the sender level, reducing the operational risks associated with managing unwanted messages and providing a first line of defense against fraud. RMA Plus, a more detailed version of RMA, goes even further by giving institutions the indication of the types of messages they wish to receive and send from each of their counterparties. Risk risk is a hot topic in the world of cash clearing, as some correspondence banks deduce certain countries, currencies or products to control costs and risks. At the same time, risk desonation is becoming a phenomenon in the commercial world for the same reasons. FEX provides an RMA filter output that is used in conjunction with Axway Gateway.
The exit is used by Gateway to connect to the RMA gateway server to provide RMA features. The intensity of the network in trade finance is much higher than for cash clearing. In cases where banks do not have an RMA in another bank, the issuing bank must either set up an RMA with Credit Bank buyers or have a quick message about a bank/succursale with which both banks have an RMA.