Italy’s CONSOB Warns Against Unregulated Forex Broker FXGlory

The Italian financial regulator has added another unlicensed forex broker to its warning list.

Italy’s financial markets regulator, the Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB), today published a warning against FXGlory informing investors that the firm is not authorised to provide its investment services or activities in Italy.

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Unlicensed Entity

FXGlory is an online broker offering its clients a range of forex and binary options services with options to trade on a range of commodities, currencies, stocks and indices . The firm operates via www.fxglory.com and is located at 4 FXGlory Ltd, AXIS Building 8, Alexander Kazbegi 24, Saburtalo, Tbilisi, Georgia.

CONSOB regularly updates its warning list to include firms such as FXGlory and in this instance, the public has been advised not to do business with them. 

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Background

As the public authority responsible for regulating the Italian financial markets, CONSOB’s main activity is aimed at the protection of the investing public.

In this respect, CONSOB is responsible for ensuring transparency and correct behaviour by financial market participants, disclosure of complete and accurate information to the investing public by listed companies and compliance with regulations. It also conducts investigations with respect to potential infringements of insider dealing and market manipulation law.

Finance Magnates last reported on a similar warning issued by the watchdog against Cheshire Capital in July, which was also red-flagged for not being authorised to provide investment services or activities in Italy.

 

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