The Global Foreign Exchange Committee was established in May 2017 as a forum bringing together central banks and private sector participants with the aim to promote a robust, fair, liquid, open, and appropriately transparent Foreign Exchange (FX) market in which a diverse set of participants, supported by resilient infrastructure, are able to confidently and effectively transact at competitive prices that reflect available information and in a manner that conforms to acceptable standards of behaviour.
The GFXC has established a Global Index of Public Registers ("Global Index"). The Global Index acts as a central location that links the various Participating Public Registers, providing a more comprehensive view of market participants' commitment to good practices.
The GFXC has three working groups underway to further study 'cover and deal' type trading activity, disclosures and negative pre-hedging examples. More information can be found here.
29 November 2018
GFXC Meets in Paris to Discuss Ongoing Efforts on Priority Areas. Read the Press Release
4 October 2018
GFXC Launches New Survey Focused on FX Global Code, Announces Next Meeting, and Provides Update on Working Groups. Read the Press Release
28 September 2018
GFXC launches the FX Global Code Survey 2018. More information can be found here
6 August 2018
GFXC Publishes Review of Completed Work and Details for Priorities Ahead, Updates FX Global Code Examples. Read the Press Release
27 June 2018
GFXC Selects New Chair and Co-Vice Chairs, Updates on Developments Since Launch of FX Global Code, and Sets Priorities for Year Ahead. Read the Press Release
29 May 2018
The GFXC has established a Global Index of Public Registers. Read the Press Release