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UK's FCA adds Brokerz Union, Ostrich Capital and Olimp Finance to its warning list

Aug 20 2018 14:12:47, Jonathan Smith in Market

  UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has updated its warning list today with Brokerz Union, Ostrich Capital and Olimp Finance. According to the regulator, none of these brokers is authorized to offer financial services or products in the UK, but they do it anyway.   Brokerz Union operating from the brokerzunion.com website seems to be one of the many companies that tries to attract customers by focusing on the hottest financial instruments: cryptocurrencies. It has not provided a company’s name, nor has shared any trading specifics, but seems to operate out of the UK and Bulgaria.   Ostrich Capital’s offer is also very unclear. Read more

SiamOption behind a $22 million investment scam in Thailand

Aug 17 2018 14:25:28, Jonathan Smith in Market

  More than 1.4 million Thai people have lost around $22 million to an investment scam operated through the SiamOption.com website, reported The Phuket News. The Thai police suspects that the mastermind behind the fraud is 37-year old Russian expat Alexey Chikalov.   A police officer commented that fraudsters have a big network and that there are some major investors behind it, including Chikalov. There have been coordinated raids in Bangkok, Khon Kaen and Phuket and around 20 people have been arrested by now.   The victims were offered trading in forex and various Contracts-for-Difference (CFDs) on indexes, stocks and commodities via the SiamOption.com website. Read more

UK’s FCA warns of unregulated forex broker Gallant Finance

Aug 15 2018 14:30:57, Jonathan Smith in Market

    UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned the public in an official statement on Tuesday that forex broker Gallant Finance is not authorized to offer its services in the UK.   “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,” the FCA said in its official notice.   Gallant Finance is allegedly owned by the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines based Allmedia Limited. Previously it claimed to be operated by Gallant Private Financial Group. Read more

The Central Bank of Ireland warns against 8888Markets

Aug 14 2018 13:28:01, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI), which also serves as a financial services supervisor, issued a warning against 8888Markets on Monday. According to CBI’s official notice, this forex and CFD broker has been offering financial services and/or investment advice to the Irish investors without being authorised.   8888Markets is a Dublin based broker operating from the www.8888markets.com website that offers wide range of instruments for trade. It uses a web-based platform that is only supported by other shady unregulated brokers. Read more

FXTM honoured with two World Finance Awards

Aug 10 2018 12:24:48, Stanimir Zhelev in Brokers

Global, award-winning forex broker FXTM has added two more trophies to its mantelpiece, after being named Best FX Broker in Asia and earning the award for Best Trading Conditions from World Finance magazine.    The quarterly print and online magazine World Finance call themselves the “voice of the market” and for good reason; their content is catered to financial professionals and high-end investors, and they have quickly established themselves as one of the best portals for economic news. Read more

UK's FCA warns of Good Crypto and Fair Oaks Crypto clone firms

Aug 09 2018 12:46:34, Jonathan Smith in Market

  UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued warnings against two clones of properly regulated firms: Good Crypto and Fair Oaks Crypto. Although neither of the two explicitly claims to be licensed by the FCA, they are in fact using the details of regulated companies in an attempt to convince investors that they work for a genuine, authorised firm.    “… Fraudsters usually use this tactic when contacting people out of the blue, so you should be especially wary if you have been cold called,” the FCA reiterates in its notices.   According to the FCA, Good Crypto operating from the website www.good-crypto. Read more

Germany’s BaFin orders Stern Options, Stern Markets, and Weiss Finance to halt operations

Aug 08 2018 14:17:08, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht – BaFin) has ordered several unauthorised companies to cease trading operations on Tuesday. Namely, these are BP1 LP (Stern options), Gum Ltd. (Stern Markets), and Pairs Ltd. (Weiss Finance), which have been targeting German investors without BaFin’s authorization.   All financial services providers in Germany must be licensed by BaFin. Of course, exceptions apply to companies authorized in other countries of the European Economic Area (EEA). Read more

UK's FCA updates its warning list with Prestige FM, FXFWay and Yes Trading

Aug 07 2018 13:54:48, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) added a bunch of unregulated forex brokers to its warning list on Monday. These are Prestige Financial Markets, FXFWay and Yes Trading (Yes Option), which have been targeting UK clients without FCA’s 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 statesin its official warnings. “However, some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run investment scams.”   FxFWay is a forex and CFD broker with offices in UK, Hong Kong and Vanuatu. Read more

UK’s FCA blacklists unregulated forex broker Glenmore Investments

Aug 06 2018 08:44:19, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) added GoldTech Media Services OÜ to its ever-growing list of unregulated companies providing financial services in the country.  The company operates Glenmore Investments and S2Trade brokerage brands and provides an official address in Estonia.   “This firm is not authorised by us and is targeting people in the UK,” said the FCA in its notice, and advised investors to be especially wary of dealing with this unauthorised company.   We would also advise our readers to stay away from this firm, as it appears that a lot of traders have already been scammed by both brokerage brands of the firm. Read more

CySEC slaps fine on InstaForex and ForexMart parent

Aug 03 2018 09:26:17, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (‘CySEC’) has imposed a total fine of €130.000 to the owner of InstaForex and ForexMart forex brokers, Instant Trading EU Ltd, for non-compliance with the applicable laws.   More specifically, the Company has failed to comply with certain provisions of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law regarding the use of leverage, the granting of bonuses to clients, and ensuring negative balance protection. For this non-compliance, the owner of InstaForex and ForexMart is fined with €90.000. Read more

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