FIA Projects and Studies

FIA's members are global players representing global clients in global markets. Since our members are concerned about market access and the ability to do cross-border business, we take on high-profile domestic and international projects. Below is a complete list of projects we are currently working on.

EU-US Coalition Calls for Regulatory Recognition and Accreditation (June 19, 2012)

FIA Recommendations for Enhancing Customer Funds Protections – Press Release (February 2012)

FIA Recommendations for Enhancing Customer Funds Protections – Initial Recommendations (February 2012)

FIA Recommendations for Enhancing Customer Funds Protections – Frequently Asked Questions (February 2012)

Software Change Management (March 2012)

Order Handling Risk Management Recommendations for Executing Brokers (March 2012)

FIA Survey on Exchange Risk Controls – Article (Jan. 25, 2011)

FIA Survey on Exchange Risk Controls – Table of Results (Jan. 25, 2011)

FIA PTG Recommends Risk Controls for Trading Firms (Nov. 4, 2010)

FIA Issues DMA Risk Recommendations (April 27, 2010)

FIA/FOA Clearing Risk Study (March 2009)

FIA Global Fee Study – Executive Summary (March 2008)

FIA Global Fee Study – White Paper (March 2008)

FIA Global Fee Study – Survey Responses (March 2008) 

FIA Publishes Survey of DMA Risk Management Practices (December 3, 2007) 

Standards Information (January 2006)

FIA presentation of the Capco study (June 28, 2005)

FIA Exchange Error Trade Procedure Recommendations for Best Practices (September 2004) 

Futures Industry Best Practices Study Released (March 15, 2001)

Barings Global Task Force on Financial Integrity (March 1995)


The Futures Industry Association Global Task Force on Financial Integrity was organized in March 1995 to address certain national and cross-border issues related to the structure and operation of the international markets for exchange-traded and/or cleared futures and options.

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