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What is ACI Dip?
The ACI Diploma and the ACI Diploma New Version build on the ACI Dealing Certificate and the ACI Operations Certificate, both being designed to ensure that candidates acquire a superior theoretical and practical knowledge of the foreign exchange and money markets, their related instruments, environment and applications, and the linkages that exist between those markets and the practice of risk management.
Candidates are expected to have acquired a solid grounding in the core subject areas and have the requisite skills in financial mathematics prior to matriculating for these Diplomas.
Why ACI Dip?
The ACI Diploma will:
- Increase candidate opportunities nationally and internationally with a global qualification
- Fulfil the requirements established by financial services authorities for regulated activities
- Learn a global standard and a skill set which is unique in treasury
- Enable your organization to successfully pass risk assessments conducted by regulators
- Staff members fulfil the requirements established by financial services authorities for regulated activities
ACI Dip New Version
Differences between the ACI Diploma and ACI Diploma New Version
- There are 107 questions in the ACI Diploma and 100 questions in the ACI Diploma New Version
- There are 18 Topic Baskets in the Examination Procedure of the ACI Diploma and 5 Topic Baskets in the Examination Procedure of the ACI Diploma New Version
- There are no Topic Baskets exclusively with calculations in the ACI Diploma New Version
- The ACI Diploma New Version has no learning objectives for technical analysis and risk management calculations
- The ACI Diploma New Version does not have additional content when compared to the ACI Diploma
- There are no different marks per question in the ACI Diploma New Version (each correctly answered question is awarded with one mark)
ACI - The Financial Markets Association
ACI Financial Markets Association (ACI) is a leading global trade association representing the interests of the professional financial markets community. Established in 1955, ACI is focused on enhancing best market practice and supporting market participants to adhere to principles of ethical conduct.
The ACI Model Code was acknowledged as the first industry-wide Code of Conduct for OTC/FX and related markets having been built on the original ACI Codes of Conduct from the 1970s. Updated subsequently to embrace the broader OTC community - and expanded from the dealing floor through to back office operations - the ACI Model Code strongly influenced many national Codes of Conduct and was retired in 2017 with the publication of the FX Global Code, the composition of which ACI participated in, along with various other Code of Conduct initiatives.