Forex Trading Regulation - GRAND FXNES


The Companies That Make Up GRAND FXNES Are Regulated In Several Jurisdictions:

Forex Capital Markets LLC
NFA # 0308179

Forex Capital Markets Ltd.
FCA # 217689

GRAND FXNES Australia Pty. Limited ASIC
ACN: 121934432
AFSL: 309763

GRAND FXNES France is registered with the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel (ACP), as the branch of Forex Capital Markets Ltd. In addition, GRAND FXNES is also subject to the regulatory authority in the following areas respectively cited:

ACP - Regulating Anti - Money Laundering
Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) - Règles de conduite et Principes d'Exécution (Rules of Conduct and Principles of Implementation)

GRAND FXNES PVT LTD is a registered Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) and Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer (RFED) with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and is a member of the National Futures Association (NFA). As a vocal advocate of foreign exchange regulation and increased investor protection, GRAND FXNES PVT LTD is proud to be one of the first foreign exchange firms to register as an FCM following the passage of the Commodity Modernization Act in December 2000. There are three main benefits for GRAND FXNES PVT LTD clients and potential clients:

Financial Standards and Oversight

FCMs are required to meet strict financial standards, including capital adequacy requirements. On a regular basis, FCMs are required to submit financial reports to regulators. These standards are enforced by the NFA, which has the right to fine firms and/or terminate an FCM's regulatory status for violations.

Greater Transparency Of Business Practices

The National Futures Association keeps records of all formal proceedings against Futures Commission Merchants. With a couple clicks of the mouse, a trader can find out if the firm has had serious problems with clients or regulators. Information can be found online at:

View the profitability numbers for clients of Forex Capital Markets, LLC

A Framework For Dispute Resolution

The U.S. regulatory framework is widely regarded as one of the best in the world for investor protection. If a dispute with an FCM arises, investors can turn to the NFA or the CFTC.

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