• RoboForex Receives the License of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus

    RoboForex, an international financial company, has received a license from the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. Its affiliated company was listed in the forex companies registry in accordance with the country’s current and local legislation. To enter a new market, RoboForex and RoboMarkets joined their expertise and financial technology efforts to provide their...

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  • CySEC fines CIF Goldenburg Group Ltd €170.000

    The Goldenburg Group, owners of TopForex brokerage firm, was fined of 170,000 euros by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) recently. The company’s failure to meet compliance standards led to action by the regulator. According to a statement released by the regulator, the Goldenburg Group failed to maintain adequate records of the services and...

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  • RoboMarkets Becomes the Official Partner of BMW M Motorsport

    RoboMarkets, a foreign exchange (forex) broker licensed in Cyprus, has just announced that it has become  BMW M Motorsport’s official partner for the popular German touring car masters Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM). During the upcoming season of the popular German touring car masters DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters),  the Swedish BMW works driver Joel Eriksson will...

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  • ASIC Bans Two FX Fund Managers from providing financial services for 6 years

    ASIC has banned Mr. Jeffrey Worboys and Mr. Matthew Barnett from providing financial services for six years following an ASIC investigation. Mr. Worboys and Mr. Barnett were, until February 2018, joint chief executive officers of Australian Mutual Holdings Limited. This company is an Australian financial services licence holder and a responsible entity which operates a...

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  • CFTC Charges Forex Trading Firms in $75 Million Fraud

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) filed a civil enforcement action in federal court in Florida against Sarasota area defendants Oasis International Group, Limited (OIG), and Oasis Management, LLC (OM). The defendants are charged with operating a $75 million foreign currency (“forex”) trading scheme involving over 700 U.S. participants and over $47 million misappropriated in...

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  • AETOS Capital Group extends AFC Champions League partnership with Sydney FC

    Australian football team Sydney FC has announced that they would be strengthening their partnership with retail broker AETOS Capital. The broker has been working with the Australian football team since 2017. AETOS and Sydney FC attended an exclusive interview from a number of influential sports media in China. Councillor Mike Thomas, Senior Vice President of...

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  • Han Tan joins FXTM team as Market Analyst

    Leading Forex broker FXTM has just announced that it has appointed Tan Chung Han (Han Tan) as a new Market Analyst of the FXTM Market Research team, with a focus on Southeast Asia (SEA). As a new member of the FXTM Market Research team, Han will act as the voice and face for the FXTM...

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  • CySEC has reached a settlement with CIF Hoch Capital Ltd.

    The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) announces that it has reached a settlement with Cyprus Investment Firm Hoch Capital Ltd. This firm operates the brand iTrader. The firm has agreed to pay €200,000 related to a compliance investigation started by the regulator. The iTrader has operated since 2012 and gained a reputation for success,...

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  • Forex broker FXTM gets a regulatory license in Mauritius

    Forex broker FXTM has recently announced that it got a license from the Financial Services Commission (FSC) in Mauritius. The FXTM brand is also regulated through the FCA, CySEC and the FSCA which are amongst the most stringently regulated financial authorities. FXTM holds the continual offering of excellent trading conditions at the heart of its...

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  • FCA fines UBS AG £27.6 million for transaction reporting failures

    UBS AG (UBS) has been fined £27,599,400 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for failings relating to 135.8 million transaction reports between November 2007 and May 2017. UBS has been found to have failed to ensure it provided complete and accurate information in relation to approximately 86.67 million reportable transactions. It also erroneously reported 49.1...

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