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IronFX runs away from stinky past
Not only small and medium-sized players leave the market unable to withstand the competition, but also such major brokers with a big name like IronFX. The company, a member of the Russian CRFIN, is operating under the supervision of the world's leading regulators FCA, ASIC and CySEC. It has offices in more than 60 countries as well as many awards. Even though IronFX used to be among those drawing up the “black list of forex brokers”, its reputation turned out to be tarnished. How could it happen? What do traders complain about? Why was an investigation launched against IronFX by the reputable Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)?
FXCM starts operating in Europe
FXCM, the major global broker, was deprived of the CFTC license to provide financial and brokerage services in the United States. The company, supervised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK, has now focused on a European audience. FXCM UK is headquartered in London with offices in France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Australia, and other countries. The broker is regulated and licensed in every region. The reason for the relocation was the fraud of FXCM against its clients in early 2017.