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XTB fined $2.7 million by Poland’s financial regulator

Sep 19 2018 11:31:55, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) punished X-Trade Brokers (XTB) with a PLN 9.9 million ($2.7 million) fine for asymmetric price slippage on Tuesday. Publicly listed forex and CFDs brokerage XTB has prevented customers from taking advantage of price movements while allowing them to suffer from the negative effects of slippage.   According to KFN, the broker committed those irregularities in the execution of client orders in a time period stretching from January 2014 to the end of May 2015.   Slippage refers to the difference between the price at which an order is placed and the one at which it is actually executed. Read more

CySEC withdraws CIF licenses of AnyOption and Gobaba FX

Sep 17 2018 07:27:45, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) announced previous week that it withdraws the Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF) licenses of the parent of AnyOption, Ouroboros Derivatives Trading Ltd., and of Gobaba FX Cy Ltd., as both companies have expressly decided to renounce them.    On its website, AnyOption has put a notice, informing clients that it has decided to renounce its CIF authorisations and no longer offers any investment and/or ancillary services.     It is no wonder that the parent of AnyOption, Ouroboros Derivatives Trading Ltd., has renounced its CIF license now that binary options trading is prohibited in Europe. Read more

UK's FCA warned against Prime Crypto and 4xpremium clone firm

Sep 14 2018 10:05:58, Jonathan Smith in Market

  UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has added several investment companies to its warning list on Thursday. Among them are the forex broker 4xpremium -  a clone firm -  and unregulated crypto CFD provider PrimeCrypto. Both of them are not authorized to offer investment services in the UK.   PrimeCrypto (operating via primecrypto.io website) is a CFD broker focused on the crypto market that poses as a crypto exchange. It offers leveraged trading in more than 60 coins as CFDS on a simplified web-based platform, but its trading conditions are not all that clear. Read more

BaFin warns against recovery scams

Sep 11 2018 14:20:43, Jonathan Smith in Market

  Germany’s financial watchdog BaFin alerted of follow-up scams targeting investors who already lost to binary options, promising to recover the money that they lost against an upfront payment. However, any advance payments made to such recovery fraudsters only add to existing losses and might have devastating financial consequences.   Furthermore, the regulator’s alert notes that recovery room scammers buy and sell lists of previous victims of unlawfully operating binary options trading platforms, so that they can cold-call them and possibly swindle them out of what is left of their hard-earned money. Read more

The UK Financial Conduct Authority warns against Capital Banks and Blue Trading

Sep 10 2018 15:04:00, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently added two more unregulated brokers to its ever-growing warning list: Capital Banks (FINBDO LTD.) and Blue Trading (Blue Group). Based on information it holds, the FCA claims that these two brokers are targeting people in the UK and carrying on regulated activities which require its authorization.   Blue Trading’s offering seems quite obscure, but it appears to focus on cryptocurrencies. Its website (www.bluetrading.com) promises STP execution on a Managed Account Platform that that “allows users to watch their accounts grow by logging in 24 hours a day”. Read more

SEC charges two individuals for participating in a Ponzi-like scheme

Sep 07 2018 14:08:16, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged two individuals working at Nonko Trading with fraud on Wednesday. More specifically, the SEC alleges that Jeffrey Goldman and Christopher Eikenberry, both from Michigan, participated in a Ponzi-like scheme and pocketed over $1.4 million from more than 260 investors worldwide.     Nonko marketed itself as a state-of-the-art platform for day-traders. However, according to the SEC, the company secretly provided customers with accounts that only mimicked actual trading. Read more

Belgium’s FSMA updates its crypto warning list with 28 fraudulent websites

Sep 05 2018 13:59:47, Jonathan Smith in Market

  Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) announced Tuesday it has added 28 crypto trading platforms to its warning list. The regulator said that it has received a number of questions/complaints from consumers regarding those websites and has identified signs of fraud.   Here is the list of crypto trading platforms FSMA added to its warning list:   www.1st-cryptobank.com www.bitc-international.com www.boursebitcoin.com www.ccg-investment.com www.crownmanagers.com www.crypto.bnd-group.com www.crypto-access.com www.cryptofrancecapital.com www.cryptorama-bank.com www.cryptos-marketplace.com www.cryptowallet24.com www.e-cryptoney.com www. Read more

UK's FCA adds Stock Trade Invest to its warning list

Sep 04 2018 10:12:30, Jonathan Smith in Market

  UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) flagged another unregulated forex and CFD broker on Monday. The regulator warned the public that Stocktradeinvest Ltd., doing business as Stock Trade Invest has been providing financial services in the country without holding a FCA license. “This firm is not authorised by us and is targeting people in the UK,” the FCA said in its notice.    The UK financial watchdog further warns investors that some of those companies who operate without a license “knowingly run investment scams”. Read more

Hong Kong’s SFC warns against KB Capitals and TGC FX

Sep 03 2018 12:09:31, Jonathan Smith in Market

  Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has added two more unregulated brokers to its warning list previous week: KB Capitals and TGC FX (or TGC Group). The SFC pointed out that both brokers are not authorised to offer financial services in Hong Kong.    Our check on the website of TGC FX (www.tgcgroupfx.com) revealed that it offers trading in forex, as well as CFDs on indices and commodities on the MetaTrader 4 platform. The broker is allegedly operated by Times Global Capital Group Limited, a company founded in Hong Kong in 2010. It does not claim to be regulated in Hong Kong or elsewhere, only mentions the names of several major banks. Read more

TD Ameritrade allows its clients in Singapore to trade via Messenger

Aug 27 2018 15:14:51, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  Singapore branch of American brokerage firm TD Ameritrade announced on Sunday that its clients in are now able to make trades and access market information through Facebook Messenger. Retail investors in Singapore will have yet another way to access the U.S. equity markets due to the broker’s chat bot for Messenger that is powered by artificial intelligence (AI) technology and backed by live client service support. Read more

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