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.
Mr Guy Debelle, Chair of the GFXC, and other GFXC members and senior market participants explain the importance of the GFXC for the foreign exchange market and why adherence to the Code’s principles of good practice is vital to promote the effective functioning of the market.
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The GFXC focuses on the following areas; buy-side outreach; anonymous trading; disclosures; algorithmic trading and transaction cost analysis; and execution principles. More information can be found here.
8 June 2021
GFXC Chair responds to commentary on draft guidance paper on pre-hedging. Read the letter
11 May 2021
GFXC publishes Request for Feedback on draft guidance papers for pre-hedging and last look. Read the Press Release
8 April 2021
As its review of the FX Global Code nears completion, GFXC publishes Request for Feedback on proposed changes to the Code and draft disclosure templates. Read the Press Release
10 December 2020
GFXC meets via videoconference to discuss progress on the FX Global Code review, FX benchmarks, and announces new Co-Vice Chair. Read the Press Release