Shell is first corporate on FX Global Code public register

Shell signs up to the code of conduct, stating its practices align with the 55 principles

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Shell, the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate and one of the world’s largest petroleum companies, is the first corporate to feature on a public register of market participants who have signed up to the FX Global Code of Conduct.

In so doing, the company attests its practices are aligned with the Code’s 55 principles.

“Shell confirms that where it acts as a market participant, as defined by the Code, it is committed to conducting its FX market activities in a manner consistent with the principles of the

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