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360T regulatory servicesDoing business in a regulated environment

As an authorised firm providing trading capabilities to the wholesale markets, 360T is committed to complying with the fundamental principles of doing business in a regulated environment.

To continue to meet the evolving needs of our clients, we will optimally position ourselves within new regulatory structures.

FX Global Code: final version published

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On 26 May, the Bank for International Settlements’ (BIS) Foreign Exchange Working Group (FXWG) published a new global code of conduct for operations in FX markets. The aim of the code, which has been agreed to by central banks, market participants and infrastructure providers, is twofold in that it seeks to promote fairness and efficiency across the global FX markets whilst simultaneously raising participants’ behavioural standards and ethical awareness.

360T fully supports the aims of the FX Global Code

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360T will be carrying out an analysis of its own systems and controls to ensure that they align with the spirit and wording of the code of conducts which in turn will allow 360T to issue a formal statement of commitment to the code in due course.

Authorisations and approvals

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Both 360T AG and 360T Inc. are subject to regulatory authorisations by financial services regulators in the jurisdictions in which they operate. Find our current authorisations and approvals here.

Compliance

Knowledge

Our Compliance Statement provides 360T's current and potential customers with high-level confirmation of how we meet regulatory rules.

EU regulatory reform (EMIR)

Training

EMIR, the European Market Infrastructure Regulation has a direct effect in all EU Member States. Our regulatory services are here to help you with all EMIR requirements.

Swap Execution Facility (SEF)

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Our SEF services provide clients with greater transparency and enhanced control at every stage of the trading lifecycle and to help them to comply with their own regulatory obligations.

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