Ads and landing pages have been popping up with "We're not in Cyprus" type ads.
CySEC details disclosure rules required to prove funds in segregated bank accounts in fact belong to individual investors.
CySEC allows FX brokers to release client names and data to banks, to allow for release of client funds.
Central Bank of Cyprus has agreed to not haircut segregated bank accounts over €100,000, where the ultimate beneficiaries are small individual investors.
Unlike the original proposal, uninsured depositors will likely lose around 40% (not 10%) at Cyprus' two largest banks.
The website home pages of several leading Cyprus FX and Binary brokers now lead with "Your Funds Are Safe" ads.
Wall Street Journal quotes LeapRate research in its article on Cyprus FX brokers and the bailout.
Saxo Bank co-CEO's comments question whether the 10% confiscation of client funds at Cyprus banks will also apply to Cyprus FX brokerages.
CySEC issues press release asserting its "authority to reach settlements".
CySEC threatening FX brokers if they don't settle quietly and pay large fines.