Foreign Exchange Committee

The Foreign Exchange Committee (FXC) is a group of private-market participants engaged in foreign currency trading in the United States. Founded in 1978, it is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and provides guidance and leadership to the global foreign exchange market. The FXC is the U.S.-focused group for this work, and given the global foreign exchange market’s interconnectedness, it actively partners with other local foreign exchange committees and industry associations worldwide. Read more.
Receive Email Alerts