Recent News

14th September 2020: Changes to the ACI Diplomas

3 months ago

Effective on 14th September 2020, the ACI Diploma New Version Exam will fully replace the ACI Diploma Exam.

As announced in December 2019, when the ACI Diploma New Version Exam was officially launched, ACI FMA has taken the decision to retire the ACI Diploma Exam.

Therefore, from 14th September 2020 onwards, candidates will not be able to take the ACI Diploma Exam (English version with the September 2017 Syllabus) in our test centres around the world.

GFXC meets via teleconference to discuss FX market conditions, impact of Covid-19 on industry

4 months ago

Following a teleconference held on June 22, The Global Foreign Exchange Committee published an important press release.

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee summarily informs that, after the pause caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the review of the FX Global Code will be resumed. The Committee aims to finish this analysis in the first half of 2021 and will focus their work in the following five main areas:

Refinitiv & ACI Australia Webinar - The Buy Side and the FX Global Code: If Not Now, When?

4 months ago

As announced, Refinitiv & ACI Australia hosted a new joint webinar last June 11th.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to attend the webinar entitled The Buy Side and the FX Global Code: If Not Now, When?, you can request access to the session that is now available on demand.

Launch of ACI FMA Insights Newsletter

4 months ago

We are proud to inform that the first edition of the ACI FMA Insights Newsletter has been launched on June 5th 2020.

The objective of this Newsletter, with an electronic format and produced on a quarterly basis, is to bring news and updates from ACI FMA activity to all our global ACI members.

Feel free to contact ACI FMA or your ACI National Association to request your copy of the first edition of the Insights Newsletter.

Assessing the Impact of the FX Global Code

4 months ago

Listen to Guy Debelle and Neill Penney (respectively, Chair and Vice Chair of the GFXC) talk about Assessing the Impact of the FX Global Code.

In the Refinitiv & ACI Australia webinar:

ACI FMA Fully Supports the UK Money Markets Code

6 months ago

ACI FMA’s Statement of Support to the UK Money Markets Code has been published on the website of the Bank of England.

As longstanding proponents and influencers of ethical conduct and good market practices to all financial markets professionals, ACI FMA strongly supports relevant industry codes, such as the FX Global Code, the Global Precious Metals Code and the UK Money Markets Code.

Appointment of Roy Daniels as the new ACI Africa President

6 months ago

The ACI FMA Management Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Roy Daniels as the new ACI Africa President.

Roy was elected by the ACI Africa National Associations, as per the Association by-laws, and got the support of the ACI Europe, ACI Asia and ACI Middle-East regions.

Release of the ACI Dealing Certificate New Version

6 months ago

ACI FMA is announcing the launch of the ACI Dealing Certificate New Version.

Recognised by regulators across the world, the ACI Dealing Certificate exam is a highly relevant qualification and is recognised by international regulators. This includes the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority, which recognises the ACI Dealing Certificate complying with the qualification requirements of four activities of its Retail Distribution Review.

GFXC Issues Statement on FX Market Conditions

6 months ago

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee published today, March 26th, an important press release. This press release  considers the current FX Market Conditions and recommendation guidelines on how to act to face the market present volatility.

Please find below the full press release content, that can also be accessed on .

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

7 months ago

During this time of uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 virus, ACI FMA wants to address its members and all professionals in financial markets.

Therefore, we would like to inform that our Association is monitoring the situation worldwide. Therefore, we advise that every National Association complies with the World Health Organization (WHO) instructions since, our first and foremost concern is for the health of our employees, members and professionals.

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