IIInvestments.com is a fully-regulated company with the Broker-Dealer Compliance. As a multi-instrument trading firm, we strive to maintain the highest available global licensing focused on Forex, Commodities, and all alternative investment classes.
The foreign exchange market is decentralized, but several government and independent agencies supervise the access given to individual investors to the Forex market. These regulations are meant to protect investors and help them avoid unethical practices like exorbitant charges, hidden fees, high-risk exposure through high-leverage levels, and such.
Two of the most important criteria when selecting a Forex broker are the regulatory approval status and which authority governs the broker. A regulated broker not only follows Forex regulation, but also offers safety, reliability, and security.
Nevertheless, even regulated and well-established companies sometimes are caught engaging in fraudulent behavior. Accordingly, be sure to double check a broker's credentials, policies, reputation, and business standing before committing any of your hard earned funds. If a Forex broker is regulated, the name of the Forex regulator and license number should be transparently listed somewhere on the broker’s website. Oftentimes, this information is hidden and a trader must turn directly to the broker, or to websites that list Forex brokers and their Forex regulation.
IIInvestments.com has been in good-standing for over three years (since its inception in 2013). BDC is the only global regulator that regulates both Spot Forex and raw Commodity trading. BitCoin trading regulation is expected to arrive in late 2017 as more and more nations attempt to regulate the new off-exchange e-currency.
If you have any questions about our Licensing, please contact us anytime.