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Mainland China to NWC
NYFR to Option writer
Options to Pfandbrief
PhD to Quotation/Quote
Quoted to Reverse leg
Reverse murabaha to Self administered pension scheme
Self management and accountability to Structured deposit
Structured finance to Time letter of credit
Time of supply to Valuation inputs
Value to €STR

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Global Foreign Exchange Committee

FX Global Code.


The Global Foreign Exchange Committee was established in 2017 as a forum bringing together central banks and private sector participants with the aim to promote a robust, 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 objectives of the GFXC are:

  1. To promote collaboration and communication among the local foreign exchange committees (FXCs) and non-GFXC jurisdictions with significant FX markets.
  2. To exchange views on trends and developments in global FX markets, including on the structure and functioning of those markets, drawing on information gathered at the various FXCs.
  3. To promote, maintain and update on a regular basis the FX Global Code and to consider good practices regarding effective

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