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The Canadian Foreign Exchange Committee (CFEC) was founded in 1989. It is composed of senior officers from financial institutions actively involved in Canada's foreign exchange market and the Canadian dollar market globally. It also includes representatives from the inter-dealer electronic and voice brokers, the Bank of Canada and the Department of Finance. The CFEC's objective is to provide a forum for the regular discussion of issues and developments pertinent to the foreign exchange market, including the review of market practices and procedures. More information on the n be found in its Document of Objectives and Organization.
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