FCA UK regulated Forex brokers
On 1st April 2013 the functions of the Financial Services Authority (FSA UK) were split into two separate authorities: the 'Financial Conduct Authority' (FCA) and the 'Prudential Regulation Authority' (PRA).
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a regulatory body for financial services industry in the United Kingdom. The FCA operates independently of the UK government and funded by the financial services firms it regulates.
The 3 main objectives of the FCA are:
- Securing an appropriate degree of protection for consumers
- Promoting efficiency and choice in the market for financial services
- Protecting and enhancing the integrity of the UK financial system
Below is a list of Forex brokers that regulated by the FCA UK and detail information for each firm. To suggest a new broker to the list please contact us.
- Website: www.xm.com
- Founded: 2009
- Headquarter: XEMarkets PO Box 50626, 3608 Limassol,Cyprus
- Regulation: FCA (#538324) • CySEC (License #120/10) • FSP NZ (FSP235905) • ASIC (#443760)
- Note 1: XM (XEMarkets) is a trading name and a registered trademark of Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd
- Note 2: The acquisition of XM.COM domain (June 22, 2013)