CySEC fines unregulated binary options broker Zoompartners

The company has been spared a huge fine in return for a commitment to get regulated

Cypriot regulatory authority CySEC is on the move once again. The regulator has announced in a statement on its website that it is administrating a fine totaling 15,000 Euros on the company Zoompartners Ltd, which is behind the Zoomtrader binary options brand.

Officials state that the company has violated Article 4 of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law through operating its website since October 2012 by providing investment services through binary options contracts without holding a CIF license.

The fine is only marginal when compared to the maximum 350,000 Euros, because the company has taken measures to apply for a license and terminate its activities within the jurisdiction of CySEC until it obtains it.

The Cypriot regulatory body continues to be very active in the binary options space following a series of announcements and warnings against several providers such as Sycamore Options, PlanetOption, TraderXP, and NRGBinary.

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