The Financial Commission (FinaCom), an independent self-regulatory compliance specialist for the financial services industry, welcomes its newest member firm today, adding Juno Markets to its growing membership, according to a FinaCom statement.
Juno Markets operates as a brokerage serving a wide range of clientele in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, providing foreign exchange (FX) and contracts-for-difference (CFDs) services for both retail and institutional clients.
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The group is the latest constituent to FinaCom’s membership, having gained official status as a member of the organization with immediate effect. The Financial Commission exists as an industry-focused dispute resolution service, with its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) acting as its paramount regulatory body. The DRC is staffed by executives from leading companies in the financial services industry with the aim of resolving trader-broker conflicts.
According to Peter Tatarnikov, the Financial Commission’s Chairman, in a recent statement on the membership extension: “We are proud to welcome Juno Markets as our newest member and glad to see more brokers joining the Financial Commission.”
“In addition to obtaining any existing regulatory licenses, it has become increasingly important for providers to demonstrate their participation with industry associations and commitment to self-regulatory efforts, such as by becoming a member of the Financial Commission,” he added.
“In our continuous aim to provide clients with the most fair and transparent trading environment in the market, Juno Markets proudly joins the Financial Commission. This membership will give our clients access to an experienced, independent board whose goal is to provide swift trade resolutions. Clients can trade with confidence knowing there is an additional level of insurance on their funds,” reiterated Arthur Le, founder of Juno Markets in an accompanying statement.