Tensions between FX Code and EU law analysed

Author: | Published: 21 Sep 2017

The publication of the Code has raised more questions than answers, especially when it comes to how it interacts with EU legislation

Following publication of the FX Global Code on May 25, market participants are beginning to assess what changes are needed to their internal governance, systems, controls, disclosures and reporting to ensure compliance with its principles. In conjunction with the publication of the Code, the London Bullion Market Association launched the Global Precious Metals Code, which is largely similar to the FX Global Code....



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