Our structure

ACFC brings together brokers who know that doing business well is the greatest value required in all respects. At the same time, ACFC trains educated and smart traders who know exactly how the Forex market works. We also developed a transparent and simple approach to self-regulation in digital currency markets, providing free dispute resolution services between traders, exchanges and financial institutions.


Geoffrey Cramer
Chair of the Board

 

The ACFC Board sets the strategic direction and ensures the long-term success of the ACFC . The Chair is responsible for ensuring the ACFC ’s strategy is formulated clearly and well understood both internally and externally. The Chair has no executive responsibility for the day-to-day running of the ACFC but, as part of his responsibilities as Chair, fosters the relationships between executive and Non-Executive Directors. Additionally, the Chair provides a source of counsel and challenge to the Chief Executive on how the ACFC is run. The Chair has an important externally-facing role with stakeholders.


Tracey Aldridge OBE
is a non-executive ACFC Board member.

 

Prior to her appointment she was Head of Equity Advisory Asia Pacific at Societe General since 2013. Previously, Tracey worked at Credit Suisse from 2003-2012 where for the last four years she was Head of the Equity-Linked Solutions Group Asia Pacific and before that Head of Derivatives Coverage for UK Corporates and Government as well as European Financial Sponsors. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Tracey worked at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein from 2000-2003 as Head of Block Monetisations and Convertible Teams. Tracey also worked for BNP Paribas from 1994-2000 as Head of Strategic Equity Derivatives Europe, for UBS from 1991-1994 in French Investment Banking and at Merrill Lynch from 1981-1991 based in New York and London.


Justin Day
is an executive ACFC Board member and Chief Executive.

 

Prior to becoming the ACFC ‘s Chief Executive in July 2016, Justin Day was Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). He is also a member of the Prudential Regulation Committee and the Financial Policy Committee.


Jane Brooks
is a non-executive ACFC Board member.

 

Jane is Professor of Competition Policy at the University of East Anglia, a member of the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy at DGComp, a Non-Executive Director of the Competition and Markets Authority, and a member of the Enforcement Decision Panels at Ofgem and the Civil Aviation Authority. She was previously Chief Economist at the Office of Fair Trading (2001-2013), and a member of the OFT’s Executive Committee.