Exchange regulators

  • The industry in CIS countries belongs to one of the poorly regulated segments of financial markets. The temporary absence of clear and understandable normative-legal base, regulating the activity of brokerage companies, alas, still generates many claims to brokers. Such a situation has led to the creation of unofficial organizations, which activity is somehow or other aimed to regulate the foreign exchange market. One of them is The Financial Commission. It should be understood that The Financial Commission, in fact, is not a full-fledged regulator because its functions and objectives are aimed at resolving a narrow range of problems and its ability to exert pressure on the participants in case of disputes is limited by a voluntarily accepted agreement. Official data Full name: The Financial Commission Official...

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  • Events related to the U.S. economy are of particular importance to any currency trader because of the position of the national currency of this country among other monetary units. In this article, fortrader.org magazine takes a look at the FINRA regulator that oversees many U.S. financial centers. Private regulation of the financial markets in the United States - FINRA Full name: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Short name: FINRA Subordinate countries: USA Funding: from the fees of member companies, proceeds from the imposition of penalties Traders' confidence: high Official website: finra.org This organization is a private corporation and operates on the principle of self-regulation. It works to provide transparency and legality of financial operations,...

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  • The control of the currency market, with its constant popularization, is now taking place both at the state and at the non-state level. The EU and offshore regulators deserve special attention, as they appear in more than 80% monetary relations all over the world. With this in mind, fortrader.org magazine offers a look at the regulator FINMA. This is the state structure functioning in Switzerland. Regulation of financial relations in Switzerland by FINMA Full name: Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority Short name: FINMA Subordinate countries: Switzerland Financing: state budget Trading confidence: high Official site: www.finma.ch The authority of this organization is to supervise the activities of commercial banking institutions, to monitor the...

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  • The European region occupies one of the foremost positions as an autonomous unit in the world economy. Therefore, a lot of attention should be paid to studying the EU economy when investing in foreign exchange. Fortrader.org continues to bring you up-to-date information about stock market regulators, and today the subject is the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. We are talking about Finanstilsynet. Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority by Finanstilsynet Full name: Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway Short name: Finanstilsynet Subordinate country: Norway Funding: state budget Trading confidence: high Official website: www.finanstilsynet.no Finanstilsynet is a Norwegian government agency that supervises companies involved in the field of finance. The activities of the Office...

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  • When choosing a brokerage company or an investment fund, a trader should take into account the regulators that control the activity of these organizations. If a company offers an opportunity to receive solid profits, but at the same time its activity is not regulated, the probability of honest cooperation is low. That is why we decided to pay attention to such European regulator as Finansinspektionen. It operates in Sweden and fortrader.org magazine has prepared the most actual information for you. The full name: The Swedish Financial and Insurance Supervisory Authority. Name in English: Financial Supervisory Authority (Sweden). Abbreviated name: Finansinspektionen, FI. Subordinate countries: Sweden. Financing: From the state.

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  • Exercising strict control over the activity of brokerage companies and dealing centers is one of the success factors for every trader. We all want to cooperate with a reliable firm, so its honesty plays the most important role. The control over the financial institutions of different level is carried out on the state and non-state basis. The FSCL is a non-profit independent organization which was established in New Zealand to resolve disputes between brokers as well as other business entities and their clients. FSCL: independent supervision in New Zealand Full name: an independent non-profit organization for resolving disputes between companies and their clients in New Zealand. English name: Financial Services Complaints Ltd. Abbreviated name: FSCL. Subordinate countries:.

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  • One way or another, trading on the currency market is associated with a constant risk. And we are talking not only about a possible lack of exchange knowledge, but also about a high proportion of fraudulent organizations among the so-called brokers and dealing centers. In order to provide safety and safety of capital when trading on the e in many countries there are created associations of financial centers or private capitalists, which are intended for solving any disputable questions between the broker and the client. Today fortrader.org will take a look at one of the main public organizations in Russia, which function to protect the rights of traders and participants in the redistribution of money - Finpotrebsoyuz. Market Regulation in Russia by Finpotrebsoyuz Full name: Union for...

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  • Regulation of brokerage organizations is an important aspect in the overall success of a trader. Undoubtedly, every speculator wants to cooperate with a reliable organization and reduce the potential risk of capital loss. That's why when choosing a dealing center for trading, one should pay attention to a lot of factors, the evaluation of which allows not making a mistake and cooperating only with a reliable company. The fortrader.org magazine takes a look for you at the FSC regulator, the Financial Supervision Commission of Mauritius, one of the main offshore zones where many brokers "park". Financial Supervision of Mauritius Full name: Mauritius Financial Services Commission Short name: FSC Subordinate countries: Mauritius Funding: through licenses

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  • America today is one of the most regulated countries in the world. Almost every sphere of activity is subordinate to some governing body, which tirelessly monitors compliance with the rules of operation in order to protect the rights of Americans. The fortrader.org magazine has already reviewed several U.S. financial regulators, including the SEC and the CFTC. This time we will take a look at the American futures market regulator - NFA. Market regulation in the U.S. by NFA Full name: National Futures Association Short name: NFA Subordinate countries: U.S. Funding: by license fees Traders' confidence: high. Official website: www.nfa.futures.org This organization is a futures association organized in...

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  • The currency market is becoming more and more popular in the CIS as a platform for earning income. That is why more than a hundred new traders and a dozen of dealing centers appear year after year. To ensure investment security and transparency of financial transactions on it, the constant control over brokers' activity is necessary. In this excursus fortrader.org magazine looks at such a Russian regulator as CRFIN. About other exchange regulators in Russia The FRCC: Russia's first regulator The FRCC - the Center for regulation of relations on Russia's financial markets The FSFM: Russia's financial markets regulator Full name: Center for regulation of OTC financial instruments and...

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  • The question of regulation and control over the activities of dealing centers for traders is very important, because it ensures safe investment. Today brokerage companies quite often allow their customers to trade not only in currency, but also perform operations with other assets - stocks, derivatives, etc. That is why in the list of regulators of such companies we may meet several acronyms including SEC, the US Department of Securities Market Control. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Full name: The United States Securities and Exchange Commission Short name: SEC....

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  • Financial markets and especially financial markets are increasingly attracting the attention of people all over the world. Many people have tried or are trying out the interesting and in many ways attractive profession of a currency trader. The main interest of people who come to , was and is the profit, ideally the profit is fast and high. But, as you know, together with possibility to gain quick money there is a great risk to lose it, and not only because of market specifics, but also because of dishonest brokerage companies. To provide security of exchange operations and protect traders' rights many countries have regulatory authorities both on governmental and nongovernmental level. The CFTC is one of those that have been...

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  • Today it is rare to find a dealing center or a brokerage company that offers to trade only one type of asset. Usually we see a wide range: Forex, stocks, metals, futures, etc. That is why, when getting the right to trade a new type of instrument, the company is often obliged to get another license from another regulator. This time, fortrader.org magazine offers to get acquainted with the U.S. Futures Markets Regulatory Commission or CFTC. Futures regulation in the United States - CFTC Full name: Commodity Futures Trading Commission Short name: CFTC Subordinate countries: United States Funding: by receipts from controlled entities Trader's confidence: high Official website: www.cftc.gov...

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  • Market regulation is very important for currency traders, because the safety of their capital and the integrity of their work depend on the degree of control of public and private structures over the activities of dealing centers. Today fortrader.org magazine takes a look at the Dutch financial regulator - AFM. Its regulations apply not only to the foreign exchange market, but also to other financial markets in the Netherlands. Dutch Financial Markets Authority - AFM Full name: The Netherlands Authority For The Financial Markets Short name: AFM Subordinate countries: Netherlands Funding: state budget Trading confidence: medium Official website: www.afm.nl The organization saw the light in the spring of 2002 and was the successor...

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  • Since in recent years Russians have been increasingly trying their hand at trading on , the regulation of companies that provide these services in Russia has become an urgent need. Unfortunately, there is no official regulator in the Russian Federation yet, so there are a number of independent, non-commercial organizations trying to perform this function or at least part of it. Among them are the pioneer KROUFR and CRFIN and others, less significant. Today fortrader.org magazine looks at another regulator in Russia - the CFTC. Regulation of the currency market in Russia by the CFTC Full name: Center for regulation of relations in financial markets English title: Center for regulation of relations in financial markets Short name: CFTC Subordinate countries:...

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  • The issue of market regulation in Russia today is becoming more and more relevant, because day by day the number of citizens who have decided to devote themselves to trading on the foreign exchange market is only increasing. With readers' interests in mind, fortrader.org magazine looks at the features and functions assigned to the federal-level financial markets service, the Federal Financial Markets Service, which has the potential to become a market regulator in Russia in the future. Regulation of financial markets in Russia - FFMS Full name: Federal Service for Financial Markets. English title: The Federal service for financial markets. Short name: FFMS. Subordinate countries: Russia. Financing: by means of the state budget. Level of confidence of traders: high. This service is a state structure and is subordinated to...

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  • The Asian economy has been growing at an astonishing rate in recent years. Oil-producing countries, which are gaining influence in the global economy due to increasing fuel consumption as well as rising oil prices, are attracting particular attention. Among the important players is the United Arab Emirates which claims to be the financial leader of Asia. In this article, the fortrader.org magazine will look at DMCC, the UAE's commodity exchange and its regulation. Multi Commodities Exchange - DMCC Full name: Dubai Multi Commodities Exchange English name: Dubai Multi Commodities Center Short name: DMCC Subordinate countries: operating in the UAE, regulations apply to all active companies Funding: from revenues from participants...

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  • Most financial companies registered in Europe, as we have already learned, are required to comply with the EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive or MiFID. But usually it does not end with the pan-European regulator, because each country independently controls its own financial institutions. In this excursus fortrader.ru will focus on the Italian stock market regulator - CONSOB. Regulation of the Italian stock market by means of CONSOB Full name: Commissione Nazionale per le Societa ' e la Borsa Short name: CONSOB Subordinate countries: Italy Funding: state budget Trading confidence: medium Official website: www.consob.it The governmental structure CONSOB performs the functions of a...

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  • FCA - a renewed UK regulator

    The European economy is of particular interest to traders because the euro is considered to be the only currency that truly opposes the U.S. dollar. And that is why assessing the economic potential of the region, as well as the degree of control over the companies that provide investment and other financial services, is the subject of constant discussion and attention. Today, fortrader.org magazine will take a look at the auxiliary regulator of brokers operating in Great Britain, which is the successor to the Financial Services Authority - FCA. UK Financial Conduct Authority - FCA Full name: Financial Conduct Authority English name: Financial Conduct Authority Short name: FCA Subordinate countries: United Kingdom Funding: from receipts from financial industry companies Degree of confidence of traders: high Official website: www.fca.org.uk One of...

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  • Control over the activities of financial institutions at various levels in every state plays an important role. This is especially true today, when international financial relations have reached their peak and continue to strengthen day by day. Against the background of such integration, not only a country's economic potential, but also its position in the general political picture of the world, the strength of its national currency and its exchange rate in relation to other monetary units depend on the activity of supervisory bodies. That is why fortrader.org magazine pays such close attention to influential regulators, one of which is BaFin. German Financial Supervisory Authority BaFin Full name: German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority German name: Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht Name:...

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