FX Week events and awards

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FX Week Australia
  • Sydney, Australia

FX Week Australia is an essential event for FX traders and other FX industry leaders to discuss the most pressing questions facing the market. FX Week is perfectly positioned to offer the most comprehensive program to educate and create a platform for industry networking.

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FX Invest North America
  • Boston, USA

Check the website for details of the 12th annual FX Invest conference for the North America region taking place in Boston, USA. FX Invest North America will bring together leading buy-side practitioners in the fast developing foreign exchange and currency markets.

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Global Code of Conduct
  • UK

FX Week is proud to present a webinar on the Global Code of Conduct, to take place on May 25, 2017 at 11.30 UK time, on the day the final version of the principles are released.

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FX Week USA
  • New York, USA

FX Week USA is returning to New York in July, 2017 for FX traders and other FX industry leaders to discuss the most pressing questions facing the market.

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FX Week e-FX Awards
  • New York, USA

The 14th annual e-FX Awards will be presented in New York on July 12th 2017, following the FX Week USA conference. Hosted by FX Week, these awards recognise industry excellence in electronic foreign exchange among banks, brokers, vendors and the buy side.

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FX Week Asia
  • Date TBC - Singapore, Singapore

FX Week Asia is returning to Singapore in August 2017, where FX traders and other FX industry leaders will discuss the most pressing questions facing the market. FX Week is perfectly positioned to offer the most comprehensive program to create a platform for industry participants.

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FX Week Best Bank Awards
  • London, UK

These awards are the benchmark for performance in the global FX industry, the FX Week Best Banks Awards are the most accurate indicator of who is leading the market, according to banks, corporate treasuries and investors.

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