The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySec), to which a vast number of retail FX and binary options firms are affiliated, has today announced the launch of a completely new website.
CySec has also stated its wish to inform interested parties who are registered in the Instant Alerts/Emails service that this is cancelled and replaced by the RSS feed and Twitter service which offer more instant notification regarding the important updates/additions on its website.
For registration and usage instructions, the interested parties should follow the relevant information which is posted on the dedicated pages of the new Website.
Furthermore, CySEC informs that the launching of the new website is another step towards complete electronic operation which will be concluded in few weeks with the launching of the Web Portal for the purpose of received all the forms/correspondence from the Regulated Entities in digital format saving time and money.
A point of interest with regard to the implementation of the new website is that the Cypriot regulator has updated its list of Cyprus Investment Firms (CIFs), from which some of the companies which received their licenses in 2014 are omitted, one of which is well-respected automated analytic tool provider Myfxbook, and a further being Glistentree Holdings Ltd, the parent company of Mill Trade which was associated with defunct Russia and CIS-focused brokerage FOREX MMCIS.
Ergonomically, the website clearly demonstrates recent announcements in a view which is listed per category, in English or Greek, thus transforming the way in which information can be provided to investors and industry participants alike.
For the official announcement, click here