On Monday 1st April, ACI Kenya hosted an outstanding Ethical Conduct Workshop for the FX Global Code in Nairobi.
ACIFMA representatives delivered its content to a full audience of over 90 market professionals, representing a diversified set of roles in various institutions, including the Central Bank of Kenya.
As it happened on the previous week in South Africa, this initiative aims to further promote adherence to the FX Global Code on a global basis, allowing attendees to understand how continuous training and education are essential for embracing the good market practices that are reflected in the Code and embedded by all ACI members.
On a very practical session, attendees verified “real life” scenarios included in ACI’s ELAC portal, the tool for e-learning, attestation and certification on relevant industry codes. The ACI Online FX Global Code Exam was also introduced to the audience, as an excellent portable taken-anywhere tool to test individuals’ knowledge of the FX Global Code and its principles.
ACIFMA is committed to keep improving the quality and content of its education tools, as we believe they are essential for worldwide adoption of good market practices.
Thank you ACI Kenya and ACI South Africa for supporting these initiatives, and also thank you to ACI Botswana, ACI Tanzania, ACI Uganda and ACI Zimbabwe for sending representatives to attend these sessions !
ACIFMA, longstanding proponents and influencers of ethical conduct for financial markets professionals.