Tag: Cyprus forex broker

April 16, 2014 BY Andrew Saks-McLeod

Relationships Matter: Windsor Brokers adds IB portal to GWAZY platform

A year and a half after its launch, Windsor Brokers' GWAZY platform gains an IB portal, an essential component for relationship-based client acquisition Introducing a proprietary trading platform to meet the requirements of a specific target market is a somewhat costly and resource-hungry task, however for Cyprus-based Windsor Brokers, continued investment in exactly that is…

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January 23, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

CySEC bans Bonuses tied to trading

Bonuses will only be allowed if funds are free to withdraw whenever the client wishes This could totally change the retail forex industry, and the way client acquisition and retention is done. It’s been only a day since CySEC outlined its priorities for 2014 and today we have the first steps taken in the direction…

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January 22, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

CySEC outlines its priorities for 2014

Renewal of investor confidence in Cyprus, investor training and modernization highlight CySEC’s plans for 2014 Cypriot financial regulator CySEC has assembled briefing with local media yesterday outlining future goals for the Commission and some review of the challenging year already behind us. The press release issued on the matter details the Commission’s priorities for the…

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December 09, 2013 BY Gerald Segal

Cyprus S&P upgrade is good news for the island's forex brokers

Cyprus' Fin Min sees capital controls removed during 2014. In business, there are the things you can control and the things you can't control. While most of us in business spend time worrying about things we CAN control, it is often the other things which affect us most. Case in point -- this past Spring's…

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October 11, 2013 BY Gerald Segal

CySEC warns investors about Depaho FX

Another instance of an unregulated forex broker using the trade name of a regulated entity. Cyprus financial regulator CySEC has sent out a release warning investors against Depaho FX, and their website www.depahofx.com, stating that they are not and have never been licensed by CySEC. On Depaho's website the company claims to be based in…

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