AMF unauthorised broker list update: FX Sep, Market CT and more

31 May AtoZForex, Vilnius — The two renowned public bodies in France are the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) and the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR). These regulators keep an oversight of the France's financial markets, and safeguard the French investors. One of their tools is ACPR and AMF unauthorised broker list.

The ACPR and AMF unauthorised broker list is a reliable source for investors for consultation. A tool that every, investor needs to check before making a deposit decision with any type of broker. The regulator's list has been updated over recently, issuing a numerous of warnings on new firms and websites explicitly. These listed brokers have been identified by the French regulators on the discovery that they are offering investment services in the French Forex market without a license. 

Which brokers were added to AMF's warning list?

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The AMF unauthorised broker list update includes the following additions:





The comprehensive list of all the identified unauthorised websites that partake in investment offerings through the unregulated French Forex market is available for review on the official AMF website. The list is subject to quick changes based on the latest developments.

Always double check the broker

Before taking crucial investment decisions, it is advised to thoroughly review the respective authorisation lists to ensure the operational authority of the intermediary offering financial or banking related products and services. The authorised entity lists are available down below:

Register of Financial Agents -

Financial Investment Advisor (FIA) or Participating Investment Advisor (PIA) -

Having the ACPR and AMF unauthorised broker list updated, all investors are strongly advised to the check the broker with the relevant authorities, in order to stay clear of intermediaries that are not present on any of these lists. As they are conducting unauthorised activities with no compliance to trading rules set by the Authority and consequently are not able to disclose information, handle claims desirably and protect their investors.

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