The Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) met in Zurich on 27–28 June in-person, with the option of virtual participation. The majority of GFXC members met physically for the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. The GFXC meeting was led by its Chair, Andréa Maechler of the Swiss National Bank, and its Co-Vice Chairs, Richard de Roos of Standard Bank and Stefanie Holtze-Jen of Deutsche Bank.
The GFXC agreed on the work programme for the next two years, which will cover the interim period until the next three-year Code review. Discussion on the programme began at the previous GFXC meeting in December 2021, and Local Foreign Exchange Committee (LFXC) members expressed their interests and priorities in a survey in February 2022. The results of the survey and conclusions were shared with LFXCs in May 2022. Andréa Maechler indicated, “Our priorities going forward are clear. Almost a year since the publication of the revised Code a number of market participants have signed up to the Code and the GFXC expects those who have not yet renewed their Statement of Commitment to do so shortly. In order to foster even more widespread adoption of the Code, the GFXC must continue its efforts in ensuring that the cost of adherence reflects a market participant’s role in the FX market and that the tangible benefits of adherence are well understood.”
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