The FCA has published a new webpage setting out next steps in its FX remediation programme. The FCA launched the remediation programme in November 2014 to ensure UK FX firms addressed the root causes of failings and to improve standards across the market. The FCA sets out the following next steps for firms: (i) it expect firms who were not involved in the remediation programme to carefully consider the details of the programme set out on its webpage, and to implement remediation plans that are appropriate for their FX business; and (ii) all market participants must build on these improvements will also need to take account of future developments in the FX market, including the publication of the BIS’ FX global code of conduct, expected to be published in May 2017.