Promote the highest global standards in activities and products in financial markets

Board of Education

The Board of Education (BOE) is responsible for and advises ACI’s Executive Board on all decisions concerning formal education within ACI that is of an international nature. It proposes an ongoing strategy, defines the format and content, and also implements a marketing and communication policy of ACI’s education and examination program.

The BOE evaluates publications and study materials to be published under the ACI logo or in relation to ACI’s examinations, monitors examination centres or the relationship with the supplier of examination centres. It is an advisory body for all education matters of a domestic (national) nature. It advises all local ACI associations in the organization of International Dealer Seminars and it oversees the relationship with any Academic partners.

Mission Statement

ACI’s education mission is to promote the highest global standards of professionalism, competence and ethics in activities and products in financial markets through ongoing educational programs and examinations.

Board of Education composition

Voting Members:

  • Chair of the Board of Education
  • Regional Representatives
  • Chairman ACI Market Expert Committee
  • Market Expert Operations
  • Market Expert Regulatory/Central Bank
  • Training Expert

Non Voting members:

  • ACI Director of Education

 

ACI Committee for Professionalism

CFP (The Committee For Professionalism) is an ACI committee of Market practitioners that represent deep experience within all aspects of Financial Market Participation. The CFP is responsible for oversight and review of the cases and questions to measure delegate understanding of practicle applications suggested in the principles discussed in The Global Code of Conduct.

Additionally the CFP offers guidance to professionals in a dispute, and is willing and able to provide suggestions for resolution. The Chair of the ACI CFP is sometimes called as an expert witness in certain cases.