Course level : Short courses
After a three-year review, the Global FX code was updated in July 2021 to strengthen conduct standards and reflect changes in the FX markets.
Failing to adhere to the Code, can lead to severe penalties for both firms and individuals. Regulators and central banks in all major jurisdictions expect both buy-side and sell-side FX market participants to have committed to the Code. The Global Foreign Exchange Committee often carries out surveys to check how the Code has been implemented, including checking that committed companies are training their staff regularly on the principles.
Created by experts who have worked in organisations that needed to carry out major remediation following on from FX misconduct from 2013, this course will enable you to:
This introductory course provides the background to the Code, core principles and the need for greater personal accountability through these modules:
This course is suitable for:
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Exclusive Qualification Discount for ICA Professional and Fellow Members
All ICA Professional and Fellow members are entitled to discounted rates on subsequent qualifications they choose to enrol on:
• Professional (MICA) - 10%
• Fellow (FICA) – 15%
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Launching December 2021
This expanded version of the course takes a more in-depth look at the Global FX Code.
Using case studies based on real situations and prosecutions, this course will cover:
Price: £400 + tax where applicable
(£300 if you have previously purchased the Global FX Code – Introduction)
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