The Financial Markets Standards Board (FMSB) is a practitioner-led standards setter.

 

We work closely with market practitioners
and others globally, including:


A not-for-profit, privately-owned change agent, we are the leading market-led, global standards body for fair and effective wholesale financial markets.

Led by practitioners from the sell side, buy side and corporations as well as data providers, trading venues, exchanges and other platforms, we develop Standards, Statements of Good Practice and Spotlight Reviews.

Our members make us. Our model is consensus-driven. Subject matter experts from member firms debate issues and standards in working groups and are able to benchmark their approaches against industry peers, thus helping to lift standards of conduct.  

Catherine Brown

Mark Yallop

Ciara Quinlan

Karim Haji and Simon Maisey

Myles McGuinness

Mark Carney

Mark Carney and Mark Yallop

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News and publications

Jun

2022

30

FMSB’s Annual Report 2021 is now live and includes an interview with CEO Myles McGuinness, features by market participants on ESG Ratings and Large Trades, along with details of our public private partnership.In his Chair’s report, FMSB’s Mark Yallop s …read more.

Jun

2022

28

New guidance draws extensively from existing European and UK regulatory requirements and initiatives.Experts from across the global financial markets reach consensus on how trading platforms should disclose information.Statement of Good Practice to ben …read more.

Jun

2022

17

Global financial markets practitioners examine post-trade from their perspective in a review covering lessons from other asset classes and technological solutions. Considerations include increasing adoption of automation for trade confirmations, increa …read more.

May

2022

31

Starling Compendium 2022 takes an in-depth look at FMSB in its culture and conduct risk in Banking section.read more.

May

2022

30

Updated research shows historical forms of misconduct which have been present in the financial markets for hundreds of years, are playing out in new digital asset classes, including crypto assets and nonfungible tokens.read more.

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