ACI is a leading non-profit but also a non-political association of wholesale financial market professionals. Members of ACI are in a large part engaged with financial trading or sales environment in the global financial markets representing for foreign exchange, interest rate products and other securities, banknotes, precious metals and commodities and derivatives.
ACI counts some 13,000 international members from more than 60 countries.
For information on the ACI's world-wide CODE OF CONDUCT:
stance on ethical behaviour in the OTC markets, click here:
Marshall Bailey ACI President's letter in FT welcomes the co-ordinated consideration
by central banks and global regulatory bodies of the adoption
of an international code of conduct to govern the rules and behaviour
of financial market professionals as individuals.
The 53rd ACI World Congress, hosted by ACI Germany in Berlin from 27th to 29th March 2014, was a great success. More than 1000 participants were attending a unique event with a blend of high level discussion over the future of markets with social events and perfect networking opportunities.
At the ACI Council meeting, ACI Chairman, Eddie Tan, submitted Uganda’s candidacy to councillors. Uganda was unanimously supported and became the 65th ACI National Association.
During the General Assembly Manfred WIEBOGEN, former ACI President and Honorary ACI President, addressed a farewell message to the audience. Eddie Tan thanked him again for the fantastic work achieved over his 6 years term. Attendees applauded and made a long standing ovation.
ACI - The Financial Markets Association announces the appointment of Marshall Bailey as our President Delegated. Marshall will be the first full-time President in the 60 year history of our organisation, and will be responsible for leading the global membership at a crucial time for our industry.
In response to the on-going regulatory reform within the Financial Markets, ACI – The Financial Markets Association, in collaboration with financial market consultants Adsatis Limited, has published a White Paper on ‘The Potential Impact of New Regulation on End Users in the FX Market’.
The purpose of this White Paper is to examine, through direct consultation with market users, the real impact of the new regulations on the FX market in Europe.
The White Paper highlights concerns around the imposition of:
- The trade level reporting,
- Transacting on approved electronic venues
- Central clearing
|54 th ACI Financial...||Milan | Feb, 3-7 2015|
|Council||Managing Board||Board of Education||Trainers meeting||CFP||ACIFXC||World Congress|
|January||23 Phone||22 London|
|March||27 Berlin||26 Berlin||26 Berlin||Franckfurt||26 Berlin||26 Berlin||27-30 Berlin|