Aussies leading the world – Banks, Regulators, Politicians meet in Sydney to promote FX Global Code of Conduct

Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia and instrumental figure in developing and implementing the FX Global Code of Conduct, will be speaking, and joined by senior institutional and interbank leaders from across the world in a major meeting of minds between the OTC and interbank sectors

Award winning multi-asset prime services firm, Invast Global, will be host to an exclusive event focused on promoting the FX Global Code of Conduct which was published in May 2017. Special guest for the evening will be Dr Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, who has been the leading visionary and main architect of the Global Code.

An exclusive selection of executives, regulatory representatives and politicians have been invited to the occasion which will be held at the magnificent O-Bar on level 47 of Australia Square this month.

 

Gavin White, Invast Global CEO, states “The aim of the evening is to help keep the FX GCC top of mind and assist the industry in taking the next steps forward. As a STP non-bank prime broker we transparently pass pricing and execution from our bank and non-bank LPs through to our broker and hedge fund clients. We are committed to protecting the interests of our clients at every stage. Hosting this event and promoting the FX GCC in this way is a big, high profile act on our behalf, but it is supported by the numerous little things we do every day to ensure the interests of our clients are protected”.

The event is designed to facilitate conversation with 50 key executives selected for their knowledge, industry standing and ability to add valuable insights to the discussions on the night. Attendees will be flying in from New York, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo specifically for the event. The event is not open to the media, a decision made by Invast Global management to ensure the best environment for open and frank discussion.

Invast Global has demonstrated that they strongly support the concept and spirit of the FX Global Code of Conduct.

Featured: Gavin White, CEO, Invast Global

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