Training Seminar on Central Bank Survey on Forex and Derivatives Market Activity FR 3036 Reports
March 21, 2007
The Statistics Function hosts a half-day training seminar on the Central Bank Survey on Foreign Exchange and Derivatives Market Activity FR 3036 reports.

Key seminar topics

  • Purpose and uses of the data
  • General instructions for preparing and submitting data
  • Data concepts and definitions
  • Detailed review of the report forms and edits
  • Question and answer session

The survey is conducted every three years and is the only comprehensive source of information on activity in the global foreign exchange and derivatives markets.

The FR 3036 consists of a turnover part and a derivatives outstanding part. The turnover part gathers information from market-making dealers on the monthly volume of transactions in the foreign exchange cash market, the foreign exchange derivatives market and the interest rate derivatives market. The derivatives outstanding part requests data on outstanding contracts in the derivatives markets for foreign exchange, interest rates, equities and commodities.

Officers and staff responsible for reviewing and preparing the FR 3036 and FR2436 Semiannual Report of Derivatives Activity reports.

Event Details

There is no registration fee.
Registration is required because of limited seating.
Continental Breakfast will be served.
Dress code is business casual.

Date & Time
Wednesday, March 21
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
12th Floor Conference Center