Being a large part of their business, the EVIA member firms have a significant and long standing interest in being involved in policy making around the FX markets, especially as regulation and compliance become ever more stringent. This page aims to collate FX specific resources and information that the EVIA members are involved in and may be of interest to the wider public.
Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct
The EVIA Public Register of Market Participants, as listed in the table below, primarily contains, but is not limited to, members of the European Venues and Intermediaries Association(EVIA) and the London Energy Brokers' Association(LEBA). This register aims to provide a clear view of the market participants commitment to the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct by allowing free public access to their respective Statements of Commitment.
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EVIA does not assume responsibility for verifying the accuracy or validity of a market participant’s Statement of Commitment. EVIA does not monitor a participants adherence to the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct, or verify whether market participants are within the defined scope of market participants covered by the public register. The Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct is anticipated to be updated from time to time to reflect emerging issues, changes in the FX Market, and feedback from interested parties. Institutions that have committed to the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct should consider renewing their Statements on a regular basis and also when such updates to the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct are published.
Market Participants who wish to apply for inclusion, or to amend or delete their entry should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with their requirements.
The EVIA Public Register is shared with the Global Index of Registers (the “Global Index”) which can be found HERE
A copy of the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct can be found HERE
WMBA Statement on the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct - 25 May 2017
Please CLICK HERE to view the Full Statement.
Foreign Exchange Working Group Monthly Calls
Notes of monthly calls to discuss implications of regulatory change and common approaches to market practises.