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New Zealand’s FMA adds Ainvestments and Alliance Investment Limited to its warning list

Jan 22 2019 11:35:13, Jonathan Smith in Market

  New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA) added unregulated forex providers Ainvestments and Alliance Investment Limited to its list of suspected scam this week.   Ainvestments is allegedly owned and operated by ESOS International Ltd, a company registered offshore, on the Marshall Islands. It also claims to have a EU subsidiary in Prague, Czech Republic, Kadeky International S.R.O., however this company does not appear to be overseen by any financial regulator either.   In its official warning, the FMA stated that the registration and regulation information claimed on Ainvestments‘ website are false and misleading. Read more

HotForex parent gets licensed by UK’s FCA

Jan 21 2019 12:31:59, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  Less than a month after HotForex acquired license to operate in the UAE, the trading services provider gets an authorization by the Financial Conduct Authority of the UK. The UK subsidiary of the HF Markets Group, HF Markets (UK) Ltd., is now authorised and regulated by the FCA under firm reference number 801701.   This is a big step forward for the HF Markets brokerage group, widely known by the trading names HF Markets and HotForex. A FCA license means recognition of legitimacy in the UK financial markets and also provides clients with a further guarantee that they'll be receiving a fair and safe service. Read more

Rakuten Securities offers HK$700 prepaid cards as a welcome gift

Jan 18 2019 10:26:57, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  Hong Kong forex broker Rakuten Securities offers up to HK$700 Spending Limit Prepaid Card as a welcome gift to new account registrants. Here are all the details you need to know about the company’s promotional offer, which is valid from now until the end of March 2019.   Eligible to receive the Spending Limit Prepaid Card with HK$500 are only clients who have successfully opened a Rakuten FX live account and have not held or cancelled such an account within the past nine (9) months prior to the registration date of the promotional campaign. Read more

UK’ FCA updates warning list with MarketGBP, Capital-Traders, and FXTRADE777

Jan 17 2019 08:59:23, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority updated its warning list with unregulated forex brokers MarketGBP, Capital-Traders, and FXTRADE777 on Wednesday. According to the regulator, these brokers have been providing financial services or products in the UK without its authorization.   In its official notices the UK financial watchdog keeps warning that “some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run investment scams”. Our further reasearch on the three companies revealed that more likely all of them are involved in some sort of scam. Read more

CySEC warns against World Trust Invest, Eurotrade Investments, and CoinOptions Trade

Jan 16 2019 13:32:44, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (‘CySEC’) issued a warning against unregulated brokers World Trust Invest, Eurotrade Investments, and CoinOptions Trade on Tuesday. According to the regulator, the brokerage brands and their websites are not operated by Cypriot Investment Firms, authorized to provide investment services in the country.   World Trust Invest (WTI) is obviously a Russian forex and CFD broker, as its website www.worldtrustinvest.com is available only a Russian language. It uses the UTIP platform and provides an address in Switzerland. Read more

BaFin orders Prestige FM / Euro Wealth OÜ to cease operations

Jan 15 2019 11:58:26, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht – BaFin) has ordered Euro Wealth OÜ, operating Prestige Financial Markets brokerage brand, to cease offering illegal cross-border trading services to German investors.   BaFin said that the above-mentioned company offers German clients CFDs on currencies, equities, commodities, indicia and cryptocurrencies thorough its website www.prestige.fm, and it is not authorized to do so. The regulator also noted that Euro Wealth OÜ was formerly known as Allpro Tech OÜ, and Nostro Technology OÜ. Read more

ASIC blacklisted unauthorized forex broker 4XFX

Jan 14 2019 14:27:06, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) added unregulated forex broker 4XFX to its warning list previous week.  ASIC advised investors not to deal with this broker, also known as FRG Europe OU, as it is not authorized to provide financial services in Australia and could be involved in a scam.   4XFX (operating via www.4xfx.com) claims to provide access to a lot of markets on both the MetaTrader4 and a proprietary web-based platform, but has failed to disclose its trading conditions clearly. The brand is allegedly operated by GRF EUROPE OÜ, a company based in Tallinn, Estonia. Read more

XM applies for a forex dealer license in the US

Jan 11 2019 13:39:14, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  The US subsidiary of major forex brokerage XM has applied for a membership with the National Futures Association (NFA). This became clear from a filing by the broker’s US entity Trading.com Markets Inc. (previously Trading Point US Inc.) with the NFA dated January 3, 2019.   More specifically, the application is for Forex Dealer Member (FDM), NFA membership and Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer (RFED) status, which is quite an event for the US forex market. Only a few forex brokers have left legally operating there due to the heavily regulated environment and high operating costs - OANDA Corporation, IG and Forex.com parent GAIN Capital. Read more

ESMA calls for common approach on cryptocurrencies

Jan 10 2019 14:47:15, Jonathan Smith in Market

  The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has identified certain gaps and issues in the existing EU financial regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and considers that further measures need to be taken in the sector to ensure investor protection. This became clear from ESMA’s Advice to EU Institutions (Commission, Council and Parliament) on initial coin offerings and crypto-assets published on Wednesday. Read more

HotForex acquired DFSA license, commences operations in the UAE

Jan 08 2019 10:45:37, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

  HotForex is now licensed by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) and announced it commences operations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Dubai arm of the HF Markets Group, HF Markets (DIFC) Ltd., acquired the DFSA license in December last year.   “This is an important milestone for HF Markets. The UAE and the GCC offer very promising business prospects and we look forward to great success”, commented George Koumantaris, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of HF Markets Group.   HotForex now enters a promising market, as the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) region strives to diversify their economy away from oil. Read more

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