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- Swiss Markets protects investors’ funds
Swiss Markets protects investors’ funds
As a licensed Forex broker, Swiss Markets takes multiple measures to protect investors’ funds.
Making a deposit to Swiss Markets is safe, just like many other online Forex and CFD brokers do the same.
Swiss Markets also chooses trusted payment providers so investors can transfer investment funds to Swiss Markets MT4 securely.
Here are 4 main security measures taken by Swiss Markets.
1. Information on the Regulator
Swiss Markets is a trading name of BDS Swiss Markets Global Services Ltd, a Company licensed and regulated by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission (the “FSC”, license no. C116016172) and needs to adhere and comply with all requirements and directives relating to the provision of financial services within the jurisdiction.
2. Segregation of clients funds obligation
As any regulated investment firm, the company is obliged to hold clients deposits in segregated accounts with global banks.
These funds are held completely separate from the company’s own accounts and working capital.
3. No conflicts of Interest
As a true STP brokerage, Swiss Markets is committed to eradicating all conflicts of interest between Swiss Markets and the clients.
All orders placed by Swiss Markets’ traders are forwarded on to the liquidity providers and they do not profit from the losses incurred by the traders.
Find out more about Swiss Markets’ trading conditions in the page here.
4. Negative Balance Protection
Swiss Markets offers negative balance protection to all of the clients.
This means that regardless of the underlying market conditions, when you trade with Swiss Markets your account balance can never drop below zero.