The aim of the code is to promote the integrity and proper functioning of the wholesale foreign exchange market. The code will apply to “market players”4, a term that is defined to encompass most categories of participants operating in the wholesale foreign exchange market as a regular part of their operations and are generally expected by financial institutions, asset managers, sovereign wealth funds, hedge funds, pension funds, pension funds , insurance companies, corporate treasury departments, non-bank liquidity providers, execution facilities, brokers. , aggregators, e-trading platforms and, unless this would hinder compliance with their legal or political obligations, central banks and supranational organisations. Premium Currency Brokerage is a credit intermediation service in which a broker premiums in its simplest form allows its clients to seek liquidity in foreign exchange transactions (“FX”) from one of several dealer-exporters with whom the first broker has a “give-up” relationship, so that once the client and the exporting broker have committed to the terms of a transaction , the broker Prime broker gives up and accepts the trading. the corresponding compensatory transactions between the premium broker and his client, on the one hand, and the first broker and the dealer-exporter, on the other, the trader-exporter having no credit risk vis-à-vis the client of the first broker. Because of the tandem roles of the prime broker and the exporting operator in the execution and give-up process, prime brokerage is not exactly in line with many of the new regulatory paradigms that affect the execution of derivatives transactions and the primeur brokerage market has had to develop special procedures to facilitate compliance.1 Principle 26 (risk management framework) Risk management and compliance frameworks for market participants should take into account first-class intermediation activity. Premium brokers are “encouraged to engage in continuous dialogue with those for whom they offer credit intermediation … “Hope for appropriate market behaviour.” In this chapter, the nature and structure of FX premium brokerage relationships are examined from the perspective of the client, the trader-exporters and the first broker himself. As the only Nordic premium fx broker and one of the world`s leading suppliers of OPCVM III, we allow our clients to trade with multiple counterparties or DEA, as well as offer several master-agreements with many exporting brokers. Principle 41 of the code is dedicated to the promotion of real-time monitoring by all the first participating trading and credit brokers for first brokered transactions. The recent market reform measure (although a voluntary measure, instead of a regulatory mandate) to affect FX Prime Brokerage, is the FX Global Code (code), 2, a set of “principles of good practice” established by cooperation between central banks and private market players and published on May 25, 2017 by the Global Currency Exchange Committee (GFXC) , a newly created global association of centrally sponsored foreign exchange committees that maintain and update code.3 Several code principles that explicitly address FX brokerage prime brokerage.