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MasterCard applies restrictive rules to unlicensed forex brokers and crypto providers

Oct 15 2018 14:08:59, Jonathan Smith in Market

  Credit card provider MasterCard applies restrictive rules to unregulated forex and binary options brokers, crypto providers and ICOs, online media Finance Magnets reported on Friday. As of today, a new set of revised standards enters into force for those classified as “high-risk securities merchants” and they will have to play by the rules and execute transactions only in jurisdictions where they are legally allowed to operate.   As of today, payment processors dealing with transactions of such high-risk securities merchants must demonstrate to Mastercard that adequate due diligence has been applied. Read more

CySEC warned against unauthorized investment firm Primus Trades

Oct 12 2018 13:41:55, Jonathan Smith in Market

The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) warned the public on Thursday that Primus Trades is not authorized to provide investment services and or to perform investment activities in the country.   Primus Trades operates via website primustrades.com and claims to offer forex management services, as well as some strange Bitcoin mining service.  The broker’s services are quite costly, and it promises returns that are too good to be true. The problem is, there is no verified evidence of these activities taking place in the background in the first place, let alone a verified track record. Read more

UK’s FCA blacklists Royal CFDs and DXT Markets

Oct 11 2018 14:40:05, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has blacklisted unregulated brokers Royal CFDs and DXT Markets earlier this week. According to the UK Financial watchdog, these companies are not licensed to offer its services in the country, but have been illegally targeting local investors.   “Almost all firms and individuals offering, promoting or selling financial services or products in the UK have to be authorised by us”, the FCA reiterates in its official warnings. “However, some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run investment scams. Read more

ASIC adds HBC broker to its warning list

Oct 09 2018 11:14:03, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has updated its list of “businesses to be wary of” with HBC Broker – an unregulated company that is trying to confound its potential clients by giving out some correct details of leading forex and CFD brokerage XM.   The ASIC was alerted to HBC Broker after it made unsolicited calls or sent emails about investing and /or financial advice. The financial regulator has warned that this broker does not hold a valid Australian Financial Services (AFS) license to provide financial services in Australia, and that it could be involved in fraudulent practices. Read more

FBS wins ‘Best Copy Trading Application Global-2018’ award

Oct 05 2018 16:22:13, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

The prestigious “Best Copy Trade Application 2018 Global” award went to FSB  for their innovative CopyTrade platform.   This mark of recognition is given to the broker by the Capital Finance International magazine after recently the business portal also named FSB the “Best Forex Broker Asia-2018”.   CopyTrade is a convenient and easy-to-use platform for investors and traders to interact and get benefits from their cooperation. This is a social trading platform that allows you to follow the selected professionals’ strategies and automatically copy the the trades of the ones that best suite your own strategy. Read more

UK’s FCA flagged KontoFx, WiseBanc, and Crypto Options Trader

Oct 04 2018 12:33:10, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) keeps adding more and more unregulated brokers to its warning list. Some of the recently flagged ones are forex brokers KontoFx and WiseBanc, as well as crypto binary options broker Crypto Options Trader. The FCA alleges that they have been  providing financial services or products in the UK without its authorization.   “Almost all firms and individuals offering, promoting or selling financial services or products in the UK have to be authorised by us”, the UK financial watchdog states in its official warnings. “However, some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run investment scams. Read more

Capital Index renounced its CySEC license

Oct 03 2018 13:24:56, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  It seems that global online brokerage Capital Index is the next to voluntarily renounce its Cypriot Investment Firm (CIF) license.     Our check revealed that the broker’s displays a message saying that the Cypriot company will cease the provision of investment and ancillary services through the sub-domain www.capitalindex.com/eu/ as of 20th of July 2018, subject to the firm’s decision to withdraw its CIF authorization. According to the message, all trading accounts should have been closed by 17th of August 2018.   Capital Index was founded in 2014 by FX veteran Rob Woolfe, the former executive at ETX Capital. Read more

ESMA’s ban on binary options officially extended

Oct 02 2018 13:11:05, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) announced on Monday that it extends the restrictions imposed on binary options for another three-month period. More specifically, ESMA renews the prohibition on the marketing, distribution or sale of binary options to retail investors as of today, October 2, 2018.   The renewal of the restrictions imposed on binary options does not come as a surprise, as ESMA announced its intentions to extend it a further three-month period  in August. Back then, the regulator also announced some changes to the renewal, excluding certain long-term options from the scope of the prohibition. Read more

CFTC and SEC clamp down on crypto CFD provider 1Broker

Oct 01 2018 13:27:38, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have both filed charges against 1Broker, a CFD provider focused on cryptocurrencies. According to both US agencies, the company operating 1Broker, 1pool Ltd., has violated the Commodity Exchange Act, as well as the federal securities laws regarding security-based swaps funded with Bitcoins.   More specifically, 1Broker is accused of willfully operating as an unregistered broker/dealer of securities and futures commission merchant, as well as of money laundering. On top of that, the FBI has seized the 1Broker.com domain. Read more

Google allows crypto adds for regulated exchanges

Sep 27 2018 16:54:27, Jonathan Smith in Market

Google reversed its total ban on all crypto adds, saying it will now allow “regulated” crypto currency exchanges to have adds in USA and Japan on the company's websites.   "Advertisers will need to be certified with Google for the specific country in which their ads will serve," the technology giant, owned by Alphabet Inc. said in a statement earlier this week, adding that all crypto exchanges can apply for a certification with Google form the beginning of October.   Currently the only regulatory requirements for the crypto exchanges in the US and Japan are connected with the anti-money laundering regulations. The U.S. Read more

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