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FXTM appoints Han Tan as a Market Analyst for Southeast Asia region

Apr 19 2019 13:28:36, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  Global award-winning forex broker FXTM has just announced the appointment of Tan Chung Han (Han Tan) as a Market Analyst.   As a new member of the FXTM Market Research team, Han will act as the voice and face for the FXTM brand within the Southeast Asia (SEA) region, providing regular market commentary on both local and international market news, and educational insights for all broker’s clients. Han Tan is a highly experienced financial journalist and producer with more than six years of experience in the Southeast Asian region, including Bloomberg TV Malaysia.   “This career change is an exciting one for me and I am thrilled to be joining the FXTM brand. Read more

AFM also plans to make ESMA’s product intervention measures permanent

Apr 18 2019 13:13:32, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Dutch financial regulator AFM announced its plans to make the product intervention measures of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) permanent. These measures are aimed at guaranteing greater investor protection for retail investors across the EU, and include ban on binary options trading and a number of restrictions on CFD trades, including a leverage cap of 1:30.   According to the official statement of the Dutch regulator “the marketing, distribution or sale of CFDs to retail investors in and from the Netherlands is restricted” as of 19 April 2019. Read more

BaFin joins FCA and other regulators in warning against Wise Banc

Apr 17 2019 17:15:37, Jonathan Smith in Market

  Germany’s federal financial supervisory authority (BaFin) warned against Wise Banc and ordered it to cease offering cross-border proprietary trading services to German investors.   A brief review of the broker’s website (www.wisebanc.com) reveals that it offers trading in wide range of financial instruments, including cryptocurrency CFDs on some web-based platform. This is not the first time that Wise Banc has sparked regulatory concerns. Read more

FCA updates its warning list with CryptoExp, CapitalXP, and 4XFX

Apr 16 2019 14:44:31, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently updated its warning list with unregulated brokers CryptoExp, CapitalXP, and 4XFX. According to the regulator, these brokers have been providing financial services or products in the UK without its authorization.   As usual, the UK financial watchdog also warned that some firms who provide financial services in the country illegally knowingly run investment scams.   A brief review of CryptoExp’s website reveals that this is a Bulgarian crypto CFD provider, whose offer isn’t impressive by any standards. Read more

CySEC warns CryptoCapitalFX is a clone

Apr 12 2019 14:36:41, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (‘CySEC’) officially warned investors that CryptoCapitalFX (operating via www. cryptocapitalfx.com) is not licensed to provide investment services in the country. CySEC stated that this broker illegally uses the details of an authorized Cypriot Investment Firm, with which it is not associated.   According to the notice issued by the Cypriot financial watchdog, “Information in the above mentioned website, which suggests that it belongs or is related to the Cypriot Investment Firm A. Eternity Capital Management Ltd (License No. 346/17), is misleading and does not correspond to reality. Read more

ASIC warns that some Australian brokers are soliciting European clients

Apr 11 2019 14:31:20, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) made an official statement, warning local forex brokerages to be careful not to break any overseas laws while offering OTC derivatives to retail investors in Europe and other overseas jurisdictions.     It seems that some Australian brokers are soliciting clients in jurisdictions such as Europe, Japan, or China, where the provision of certain OTC derivatives to retail clients is restricted or prohibited.   For example, binary options trading was banned throughout the EU by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) in 2018. Read more

Spain’s CNMV updates its warning list with a bunch of shady brokers

Apr 10 2019 17:36:00, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Comision Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV) has updated its warning list with BrokerYard, Capital245, CryptoEU, Pepperdyne, and UproFX, among others, earlier this week. According to the Spanish financial watchdog, these entities are not authorized to provide investment services in the country.   Actually, none of the above-mentioned brokerages is authorized to operate on any regulated financial market:   -BrokerYard seems based in the UK, but is not licensed by the local Financial Conduct Authority, nor by any other EU regulator. Read more

UK’s FCA blacklisted unregulated broker Hope Area

Apr 09 2019 09:50:06, Jonathan Smith in Market

  UK’s financial markets and services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), blacklisted unregulated forex and binary options broker Hope Area on Monday.   “This firm is not authorised by us and is targeting people in the UK. Based upon information we hold, we believe it is carrying on regulated activities which require authorization,” stated the British financial watchdog in its official notice.   Hope Area is a financial services provider registered offshore and is not authorized to operate on any regulated financial market, including in the UK. Besides, its trading offer is utterly unclear, and the broker shows every possible sign of scam. Read more

Austrian financial regulator blacklisted EZCryptoplace and TradeToro

Apr 05 2019 13:36:59, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) blacklisted unregulated brokers EZCryptoplace and TradeToro earlier this week. The FMA stated that these entities are not entitled to trade on a commercial basis on their own account, nor on behalf of others, as these transactions in Austria require a license.   EZCryptoplace is owned and operated by Bitcom Limited, an offshore company registered in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Another brand related to this company, Coinbrokerz, has been blacklisted by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Offshore brokers are not entitled to operate on any regulated financial market, including in all EU Member States. Read more

Belgium’s FSMA updates its crypto warning list with Bears Markets and several other brands

Apr 04 2019 16:17:51, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) issued an official notice on Tuesday, warning the public against www.bearsmarkets.com, and several others unregulated websites. The regulator said that it has received a number of questions/complaints from consumers regarding those websites and has identified signs of fraud.                 “FSMA repeats its warning against the fraudsters behind those platforms who are using cryptocurrencies to swindle consumers,” stated the regulator in its official notice.   Bears Markets is a CFD broker with a clear focus on cryptocurrencies. Read more

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