• Company name: Tradeview Ltd.
  • Registration/license: Cayman Islands
  • Registration/license requirement: USD 27,000

Is TradeView Forex a regulated forex broker or a scam?

no, TradeView Forex broker is Non-Regulated Broker. It is NOT SAFE to trade.while we checked the company there is no authorization or registration of the address, therefore the company seems to be highly suspicious while might operate its services from an absolutely different location.

TradeView Forex is a Forex broker owned and operated by the Tradeview Ltd. Tradeview Ltd is a fully registered dealer under the regulations of the Cayman Island Monetary Authority (CIMA).

Although the company is licensed, it doesn’t change the fact that it is an offshore license and the traders should be aware of all the risks. Many forex brokers obtain Cayman Islands license because it is cheaper (USD 27,000 capital requirement) in comparison to UK’s FCA capital requirement of 125,000 EUR for STP license.

We would advise to select a forex broker licensed in UK or Australia for instance, where regulation is strict and there are compensation schemes, which will protect invested money. Check the list of the UK’s FCA regulated brokers here.

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3 responses to “TradeView Forex”

  1. I completely disagree with that statement regarding CIMA’s regulations. I’m with Tradeview and it’s my only broker I’ve ever used for a live account. Never had one issue with them, as for the CIMA regulations, it’s one of the strictest in the world. Paying a smaller fee doesn’t mean less strict. It’s an offshore tax haven country hence why the fee is lower. I’d advise you guys to change this information and stop making people believe UK or Australian regulations are the only ones out there to use. Plus Australia’s regulations as of writing this only serve Australian residents and no one outside. Tradeview is also getting their FCA license in 2020 so there’s no excuse/reason to tell people to only look into those regulations when brokers out there have multiple strict regulations and probably do better than ones who are regulated with FCA…Please update this!

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