ACI Dealing Certificate

ACI Dealing Certificate

The ACI Dealing Certificate is a foundation programme that allows candidates to acquire a working knowledge of the structure and operation of the major foreign exchange and money markets,application of the fundamental mathematics used in these markets, core products (cash, forwards and derivatives) and basic skills required for competent participation.

The course is designed for the following groups:

  • New entrants and junior dealers (0-18 Month’s Experience) in the dealing room
  • Middle office and operations personnel
  • Auditors and compliance officers

Register for Dealing Certificate Exam

The ACI Dealing Certificate is delivered in English and German language and is a precursor to the ACI Diploma. The price is 250 € all taxes included.

Exam registration

Registration and booking for the ACI Dealing Certificate can be made through the Global Education Centre.

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How to study

ACI – The Financial Markets Association is an exam body and exam preparation opportunities are delivered by third parties like training companies, business schools and authors. Also various national forex associations offer their own preparation courses for the ACI exams. Please visit your ACI National Association website and check if they offer a preparation course.

Resources to help candidates with their your exam preparation.

Disclaimer: ACI takes no responsibility for the performance of any of the training companies mentioned on its website, and, as a matter of policy, does not offer accreditation to any companies that act as a supplier to the Association or its members.

Career and Employer Benefits

  • Increase candidate opportunities nationally and internationally with a global qualification
  • Fulfil the requirements established by financial services authorities for regulated activities
  • Learn a global standard and a skill set which is unique in treasury
  • Become part of a global community of thousands of ACI certificate holders
  • Enable your organisation to successfully pass risk assessments conducted by regulators
  • Staff members fulfil the requirements established by financial services authorities for regulated activities