The China Futures Association Signs MoU with Intnl’ Commodities & Derivatives Assn


Wednesday, November 16, 2016 3.44PM / News

The International Commodities and Derivatives Association, (‘ICDA’), represented by Daniel Day-Robinson, Chairman, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the China Futures Association (‘CFA’), represented by Mr Mingwei Wang, Chairman of CFA.

The signing ceremony, took place during ICDA’s 2016 Bürgenstock conference, which hosts the world’s oldest meeting of international regulators in private session. The Memorandum envisages wide-ranging co-operation between the two associations to include training and global advocacy.

Mr Mingwei Wang, Chairman of CFA said "It is a great honour to be attending the ICDA meeting and to be signing this memorandum for cooperation between our two associations. Promoting international relationships is one of the most important aims of the China Futures Association.”

Daniel Day-Robinson, Chairman of ICDA, said "We are delighted to have signed this MOU with the China Futures Association. It reflects the importance ICDA places on reaching out across the industry globally and in pursuit of our mandate which reflects our members’ interest. These include the development of new products, platforms and markets across commodities and derivatives and engaging with the complex global regulatory debate.

ICDA is the only association headquartered in continental Europe and serving a community in one of the world’s most important commodity hubs.”

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