Thomson Reuters commits to FX Global Code

The venue joins a number of early adopters in pledging to support better behaviour in the currency market

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Neill Penney: "We have always been committed to bringing greater transparency and efficiency to the market"

Thomson Reuters, one of the most prominent foreign exchange trading venues, has signed a statement of commitment to the FX Global Code of Conduct, joining a number of early adopters who have pledged to adhere to the principles that are expected to lift industry standards.

“As the largest trading venue in the foreign exchange market, we have always been committed to bringing greater transparency and efficiency to the market,” said Neill Penney, global head of trading at Thomson Reuters.

“By for

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