We provide training on each of the industry codes:
These courses all focus on market conduct specific to each sector. We can also provide bespoke training on more general market conduct matters including identifying and reporting suspicious transactions through to market colour and soundings.
Below are details of the courses we provide. To obtain prices and availability please complete our training request form.
Background to the FX Global Code
The FX Global Code was published in August 2018 by the Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC). The GFXC are a group of central banks and market participants who agreed common standards for those operating in the FX markets.
The FX Global Code is a voluntary market-led response to the various misconduct type issues in the FX markets that emerged during 2013 - 2014. Whilst it is a voluntary code, many regulators expect firms to be adhering to its principles of good practice.
Background to the Money Markets Code
The Money Markets Code was published in April 2017 by the Bank of England whose Money Markets Committee has endorsed the code. The code replaced the NIPs Code, the Gilt Repo Code, and the Securities Borrowing and Lending Code.
The Money Markets Code is a voluntary code although the Bank of England encourages market participants to adopt and follow the code.
Background to the Precious Metals Code
The Precious Metals Code is a voluntary market-led response to the 2014 Fair and Effective Markets Review. Whilst it is a voluntary code, members of the LBMA are expected to have attested their conformance to the code and regulators expect firms to be adhering to its principles of good practice.