Foreign Exchange Dealers Association Of India - FEDAI

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DEFINITION of 'Foreign Exchange Dealers Association Of India - FEDAI'

An association of banks specializing in the foreign exchange activities in India. The Foreign Exchange Dealers Association of India, which was created in 1958, regulates the governing rules and determines the commissions and charges associated with the interbank foreign exchange business.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Foreign Exchange Dealers Association Of India - FEDAI'

FEDAI determines many of the rules that overlook the day-to-day forex transactions in India. In addition to rule setting, FEDAI assists member banks by acting as an advisor and assists with the training of personnel. The association is responsible for accrediting India's foreign exchange brokers and announcing the exchange rates to its member banks.

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