FSB seeks consultation on FX benchmark review

Paul Fisher Bank of England
Paul Fisher, executive director for markets, Bank of England

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has requested feedback from the industry on an interim report released by its Foreign Exchange Benchmarks Group (FXBG), which was set up in February in response to accusations that market participants had manipulated the WM/Reuters benchmark rate.

The FXBG – chaired by Guy Debelle, assistant governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, and Paul Fisher, executive director for markets at the Bank of England (BoE) – has been tasked with reviewing benchmarking

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