EIB on why it’s the first supranational bank to sign up to Global Code

European Investment Bank adjusts processes to principles of Code, which is heading for its second anniversary

Bertrand de Mazières
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European Investment Bank

Almost two years on from the launch of the FX Global Code of Conduct, the effort to promote a fair and transparent foreign exchange market has enlisted its first supranational banking institution.

The European Investment Bank – the lending arm of the European Union, and a multilateral lender to public- and private-sector projects – signed a statement of commitment to the Code’s 55 principles towards the latter part of 2018. The statement features on the public registers of CLS and Nex.

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