Finance Magnates took part in a learning day organized by the Israeli Trading Arenas Association on adjusting to the new regulations.
Both entities have not been authorized to provide financial services in Italy nor in the European Union
After the detailed statement issued by the regulator on Thursday, the company has issued an official communique to explain its stance
The investigation began more than two years ago, with the case serving to demonstrate that clients shouldn't solely rely on protection from
The company which has purportedly been providing margin foreign exchange trading to its clients has come under the radar of the FMA
The company has not been authorized to provide financial services in Australia and has agreed to cease targeting Australian residents
The firm has been found to be violating rules and regulations on three counts but has since taken action to rectify the situation
According to London Police members of the UK Gurkha and Nepalese communities have most likely fallen victims to a CWM fraud scheme
The Financial Markets Authority in New Zealand has clamped down on offshore firms following a number of complaints received.
This suggests that the FSPR does not intend to act against a firm that clients raise complaints about and simply wash its hands of it
The British Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) is expected to disburse £28 million to traders of the insolvent broker
All employees and representatives providing financial advice to retail clients have been invited to become members of a new ASIC register
Rainbow Legend is accused of promoting a $2.5 million compensation scheme for clients that does not exists in Australia.
The European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund have concluded another progress review in Cyprus
The four major banks are likely to pay billions of fines as the U.S. Justice Department officials are pushing criminal cases
Angelos Paphitis, NZ compliance specialist and founder & CEO of A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC weighs regulatory environment facing brokers
The country’s financial regulatory body has registered a substantial increase in complaints against products for retail investors.
The FMA received complaints from traders that the company has failed to follow their instructions to withdraw money from their accounts.
A lack of liquidity distorted the execution logic in the algorithms of some systems giving trades a more pronounced impact on price.
FCStone found itself on the hook for a $140,000 civil monetary penalty for failing to provide an adequate program of supervision.