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WorldWideMarkets was founded by and managed by online trading industry veterans with exemplary records in regulatory compliance and integrity. Prior to starting WorldWideMarkets, they founded FX Solutions Inc., which was named to the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies for three consecutive years, 2005 to 2007. They were also co-founders of the algorithmic trading firm, Financial Labs, which was purchased by the Bank of America in 2006.

They are known for their pioneering work in supporting traders and in WorldWideMarkets they are developing a method to support its global growth and ensure the highest level of security to its customers' funds, WorldWideMarkets has established regulatory hubs in both North America and Europe.

Currently they are planning to soon offer industry leading segregated accounts at ABN Amro Bank in the Netherlands with funds (minimum deposit of US$10,000) being lodged to an IBAN account in the client's name to achieve full segregation. With it's history dating back to the 1800's, ABN Amro has assets of more than $500 billion and operations in more than 20 countries with over 25,000 employees.

Worldwide Markets provide what traders need to trade the market successfully:
  • A full array of trading platforms
  • Trading on Forex, Forex options, Metals, U.S. Equities and Oil
  • A fully automated execution of trades in milleseconds
  • No re-quotes through WWM advanced algorithmic hedging process
  • Stable platform 
  • Impeccable reputation for integrity and regulatory compliance
  • High trader satisfaction and retention

Full details of Worldwide Markets can be viewed below.

PLEASE NOT THAT DUE TO U.S. REGULATIONS WWM CANNOT SERVICE U.S. RESIDENTS


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About WWM

WorldWideMarkets, Ltd. is a financial services technology firm which provides online trading and risk management solutions for Spot Forex, Gold, Oil, equity indices and other CFD instruments. WWM is overseen by multiple regulatory entities globally. WWM was built from the ground up using only the latest risk management and trading platform technologies in order to offer the best overall experience to retail traders. The trading experience offered by WWM is superior in terms of pricing transparency, available leverage levels for qualified traders, state of the art trading platforms and flexibility.

WWM is founded and managed by online trading industry veterans with exemplary records in regulatory compliance and integrity. Prior to starting WorldWideMarkets, they founded FX Solutions, which was named to the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies for three consecutive years, 2005 to 2007. They were also co-founders of the algorithmic trading firm, Financial Labs, which was purchased by the Bank of America in 2006.

To support its global growth and ensure the highest level of security to its customers’ funds, WorldWideMarkets has established regulatory hubs in both North America and Europe.

WorldWideMarkets Ltd. is licensed with and regulated by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (“BVI FSC”); License No. SIBA/L/11/0960. The company is one of only four companies to have a license for dealing in investments, the highest and most regulated license available from the BVI FSC. Further, financial regulation in the British Virgin Islands was greatly strengthened in 2010 under a new regulatory regime called the Securities and Investment Business Act (SIBA). Becoming regulated by the BVI FSC now compares closely with Europe in terms of difficulty, and length of time for approval and cost, as reported by respected industry press outlets in 2011. BVI FSC firms are subject to strict regulatory scrutiny, including annual independent financial audits, annual risk assessments and compliance reporting, and punitive sanctions for failure to fully comply with FSC requirements. Learn more

WorldWideMarkets N.V. is a fully regulated Forex and CFD Investment Firm regulated by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM), which supervises the operation of the financial markets in the Netherlands, and Dutch National Bank (DNB). Further, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive ('MiFID') is fully implemented in the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision. The innovative Twin Peaks regulatory model was pioneered by the Netherlands’ regulators to stay at the forefront of customer asset protection and is being adopted by other regulatory regimes across Europe. (Learn more) WWM is a fully licensed Investment Firm in the Netherlands on both a retail and an institutional level (License #14003403) and has also been acknowledged as a EEA authorized entity by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK (FSA# 584538).

Safety of Funds Statement

The regulations of the BVI FSC require that customer assets are identified, accounted for, and appropriately segregated. WorldWideMarkets holds customer funds in a segregated account at Standard Chartered Bank. Founded in 1853, Standard Chartered Bank is a British multinational bank headquartered in London. It operates a network of over 1,700 branches across more than 70 countries, employs around 87,000 people and has a market capitalization of over GBP30B. The bank’s solid financial position is underscored by its achievement of record income and operating profit for nine consecutive years and its highly liquid, well diversified balance sheet with an advances-to-deposits ratio of 76.4 per cent.

All WorldWideMarkets customer data is appropriately encrypted during transmission. In addition, the company uses a layered approach of overlapping controls, monitoring and authentication to ensure security of data, network and system resources. WorldWideMarkets provides strong and resilient e-commerce security, and is Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard compliant.

Risk Warning

High Risk Investment

WorldWideMarkets, Ltd believes that customers should be aware of the risks associated with Over-the-Counter (OTC) market. In the OTC market, a retail customer trades directly with a counterparty and there is no exchange or central clearing house to support the transaction. The OTC market is highly speculative in nature, which can mean prices may become extremely volatile. Since low margin deposits are only typically required, an extremely high degree of leverage is obtainable in OTC trading. A relatively small market movement will have a proportionately larger impact on the funds you have deposited. Since the possibility of losing your entire cash balance does exist, speculation in the OTC market should only be conducted with risk capital that you can afford to lose, and which will not dramatically impact your lifestyle.

 
 


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