Cboe bans FX code holdouts from Full Amount platform

Only FX Global Code signatories will be allowed to trade on the anonymous platform from August 1

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Cboe FX is set to restrict trading on its Full Amount platform solely to liquidity providers (LPs) that have signed the FX Global Code of Conduct.

From August 1 this year, any LP looking to provide liquidity on the platform will need to have signed a statement of commitment (SOC) to the FX Global Code – and demonstrate it to Cboe by having a publicly available SOC on the Global Foreign Exchange Committee’s (GFXC) website.

“This change has been made based on client data and we’re confident that

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