Domino Forex is a fully licensed and regulated global, online financial broker. The company is regulated under MFSA in Europe. Committed to complying with the strictest regulatory requirements, Domino Forex provides a secure, transparent and trusted trading experience.
The advantages of trading with a licensed and regulated broker
Opening an account with a licensed and regulated forex and CFD’s broker such as Domino Forex is critical to ensuring the privacy and security of your trading account.
Licensing and regulation guarantee that client funds are held separately from those of the broker and client accounts are covered by investor compensation to protect against bankruptcy. In addition, compliance procedures guard against fraud and frequent reports are sent to the regulator, attesting to the company’s financial stability, and verifying compliance with regulatory requirements.
Malta Financial Services Authority - (MFSA)
The MFSA is the Malta Financial Services Authority, an EU body, since Malta joined the European Union in 2008. Domino Forex is an MFSA regulated forex and CFD’s broker, with a category 3 license.
As Malta is a member of the EU, Domino Forex is in complete compliance with the European Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and is authorized to offer financial services throughout the European Union.
Domino Forex operates under the authority of the CNB in the Czech Republic, the FSA in Denmark, the AMF in France, the BaFin in Germany, the PSzÁF in Hungary, CONSOB in Italy, the AFM in Netherlands, CNMV in Spain, FI in Sweden, the NBS in Slovakia, and the FCA in the UK.
In accordance with MFSA requirements, Domino Forex adheres to the strictest safety protocols. The broker is a member of an investor compensation scheme that protects client accounts in the case of bankruptcy. Domino Forex is also regularly audited by KPMG, and delivers reports to the MFSA demonstrating its financial stability and regulatory compliance. In addition, the company holds client funds, separate from the broker’s accounts, at Barclays’ in the UK, a grade-A banking institution, under the protection of the FCA.