Forex Regulators

The regulation of investment business and capital markets is generally aimed at achieving the following objectives:

  • maintaining confidence in the financial system;
  • contributing to the protection and enhancement of the stability of the financial system;
  • securing a certain level of protection for investors; and
  • reducing the extent to which a business can be used for the purpose of financial crime

It is no longer a secret that while selecting a forex or binary options broker to work with, the first thing that comes to the investor’s mind is to find out how credible that broker is and whether it can be trusted. The fact that the broker’s business is supervised by a regulatory authority gives the investor more credibility, confidence, protection and a certain level of comfort to do business.


World Regulatory Authorities that Regulate Forex Brokers

If you want to learn more about the regulatory authorities of the countries in which we provide licensing solutions, please click on any of the links below:


Belize International Financial Services Commission (IFSC)
Bulgaria Financial Supervision Commission
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (FSC)
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA)
Cyprus Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CYSEC)
Gibraltar Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC)
Germany Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BAFIN)
Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission
Ireland Central Bank of Ireland
Labuan Labuan Financial Services Authority
Latvia Financial and Capital Markets Commission
Malta Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA)
Mauritius Financial Services Commission Mauritius
New Zealand Financial Service Providers Register
Panama Comisión Nacional de Valores
Singapore Monetary Authority of Singapore
United Kingdom Financial Services Authority (FSA)