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DEFINITION of 'Forex Club'

A national association of wholesale foreign exchange professionals dealers, brokers and treasury managers. The primary objectives of a forex club are education and networking for its members.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Forex Club'

A national forex club is generally affiliated to Paris-based ACI The Financial Markets Association, an umbrella organization for wholesale financial market professionals. ACI was founded in 1955.

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