ACI FMA, Ghana attends 61st World Congress in Singapore

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Members of ACI FMA (Financial Markets Association), Ghana, have participated in the 61st World Congress in Singapore.

The members were led by the National Association’s President, Lawrence Osilaja Boampong; Vice President Maame Adjoa Thompson, and General Secretary Stephen Biritwum.

They joined delegates from across the globe at this year’s financial market conference.

The conference discussed critical topics including “Banking on Talent”, “Building Strong Financial Institutions for Global Competence” and “The Adoption of AI and Generative AI in Financial Markets.”

These conversations featured an outstanding lineup of industry experts.

Speaking after attending the conference, Mr Boampong said the team decided to be present at the 61st ACI World Congress Singapore as it was the first time an African country made such a significant impact at the ACI World Congress.

“The past week, encompassing the council meeting and the congress, offered us a unique platform to showcase Ghana to the world. We had the privilege to connect with individuals from all corners of the globe, sharing insights, knowledge and experiences while gaining valuable perspectives from more developed markets,” he stated

ACI FMA, Ghana, is a member of ACI -The Financial Markets Association- the global umbrella body of financial market associations.

This Paris-based body, founded as Association Cambiste Internationale, has more than 10,000 international members worldwide in more than 60 countries, with national associations, making it the largest international association in the wholesale financial markets.

ACI Financial Markets Association (ACI FMA) is a leading global trade association representing the interests of the professional wholesale financial market community.

Established in 1955 following an agreement between foreign exchange dealers in Paris and London, ACI FMA is focused on enhancing best market practices and supporting market participants to adhere to principles of ethical conduct.

Source: myghanadaily


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