Tag: FCA regulation

March 12, 2014 BY Andrew Saks-McLeod

Network Of Traders Or Financial Advice? FCA Swoops In On Social FX Trading Platforms

British financial markets regulator issues letter to companies offering copy trading services to retail FX clients, notifying intention to classify them as investment managers LeapRate Exclusive... It was only a matter of time before one of the world's most established financial markets regulators took the lead in investigating the possibility of producing specific regulatory guidelines…

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March 05, 2014 BY Andrew Saks-McLeod

FCA prepares to launch dedicated payment services regulator to stimulate competition

Britain's financial markets regulatory authority set to introduce a dedicated service for overseeing payment systems by April 2015 The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Britain's official regulatory authority charged with the oversight of business ethics and consumer protection within the financial services industry has today announced that it intends to create an entirely new regulatory body…

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January 07, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

UK's FCA tightens rules in 2014 for Introducing Brokers

All IB and affiliate material will need to pass more strict tests LeapRate Exclusive.... Have you ever wondered how long would it take for regulators to target a certain aspect of your business? Well, the ever growing affiliate and IB industry has just bumped into a set of regulatory scrutiny. Consequences for IB’s conducting their…

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