ACI Online FX Global Code Exam
The ACI Online FX Global Code Exam is an excellent first step to test your knowledge of the FX Global Code. Published on 25 May 2017 and updated on 6 August 2018 by the Bank for International Settlements Foreign Exchange Working Group, the FX Global Code (FXGC) provides a common set of principles and guidelines to promote the integrity and effective functioning of the wholesale foreign exchange market.
This Exam has the following characteristics:
- You can complete it on your own computer
- It has a maximum duration of 1 hour, to be taken within 30 days since you first started the Exam (you can pause and return, provided the maximum duration hasn't been reached)
- You have 40 questions to test your knowledge of the FX Global Code
- The minimum pass level is 75% and respective Certificate will have a validity of 1 year to allow for continuous testing of the principles and guidelines of the FX Global Code (subsequent annual renewals are priced at 50€)
This programme is designed for all Market Participants defined by the FX Global Code, including:
- Financial market participants across buy side, sell side and intermediary institutions
- Regulators and central banks
- Middle office and operations personnel
- Compliance and risk officers
The ACI Online FX Global Code Exam is complemented by continuous learning and proof of adherence through the ACI ELAC Portal (https://elac.acifma.com/)
Register for ACI Online FX Global Code Exam
The ACI Online FX Global Code Exam is delivered in English. The price is 100 € all taxes included.
Registration and booking for ACI Online FX Global Code Exam can be made through our Global Education Centre.
How to Study
Resources to help candidates with their exam preparation:
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