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    CMCMarkets

    • Australia Australia
    • Above 20 years
    • Regulated in United Kingdom
    • Market Making(MM)
    • MT4/5 full license
    • Regional Brokers
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    Broker Information

    Company Name

    CMC MARKETS

    Phone of the company

    00430153213490

    Customer Service Email Address

    kundenservice@cmcmarkets.at

    Company address

    Level 20, Tower 3, International Towers 300 Barangaroo Avenue NSW 2000 - Sydney - Australia

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    2022.07.04

    The number of the complaints received by WikiFX have reached 10 for this broker in the past 3 months, please be aware of the risk and the potential scam!

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    • Next Generation
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    • Maximum Leverage 500:1
    • Minimum Deposit no minimum deposit requirement
    • Minimum spread Currency pairs 0.7 pips, gold0.3 US dollars, crude oil 0.03 US dollars
    • Products Forex, stocks, stock indexes, commodities, bonds, CFDs
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    • Minimum position 0.01 lot
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    Brokers WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets encourages younger Australians to start trading with new $0 brokerage

    CMC Markets has today announced it will remove all brokerage fees for investors looking to buy Aussie shares and ETFs under $1,000 (with ‘sell’ charges starting at $11). This is in addition to its $0 brokerage for US, Canadian, UK and Japanese stocks2 – the most comprehensive $0 offer in market.

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    2022/6/28 7:22:00
    WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets encourages younger Australians to start trading with new $0 brokerage
    Brokers WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets mulls a break-up

    If a strategic review were to be accepted by the board, then CMC will look radically different next year

    WikiFX
    2022/6/28 6:52:24
    WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets mulls a break-up
    Brokers WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets partners with Integral to expand institutional distribution network

    Institutional Integral clients will be able to access pricing and execute trades across spot FX and indices, treasuries and commodity CFDs at CMC Markets.

    WikiFX
    2022/6/28 6:39:26
    WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets partners with Integral to expand institutional distribution network
    Brokers WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets to Build a Technology Hub in Manchester

    Over GBP 100 million has been invested in the firm's systems and platforms. CMC Markets aims to 'decentralize' its operations.

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    2022/6/28 6:32:20
    WIKIFX REPORT: CMC Markets to Build a Technology Hub in Manchester
    Brokers WIKIFX REPORT: Inflation pessimism casts a pall over the markets

    Prior to this week, there was some hope that US inflation was approaching a peak. Price rises in other sectors of the economy imply that pricing pressures are pervasive, not only in food and energy.

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    Financial Conduct Authority

    Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a financial regulatory body in the United Kingdom, but operates independently of the UK Government, and is financed by charging fees to members of the financial services industry. On 19 December 2012, the Financial Services Act 2012 received royal assent, and it came into force on 1 April 2013. The Act created a new regulatory framework for financial services and abolished the Financial Services Authority. The FCA regulates financial firms providing services to consumers and maintains the integrity of the financial markets in the United Kingdom. It focuses on the regulation of conduct by both retail and wholesale financial services firms.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC Markets UK plc

      Effective Date :

      2001-12-01
    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      group.compliance@cmcmarkets.com,n.vinall@cmcmarkets.com

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      www.cmcmarkets.com

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      133 HoundsdiTch London EC3A 7BX UNITED KINGDOM

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      4402071708200
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1 Annex2 Annex3 Annex4 Annex5
    Financial Markets Authority

    Financial Markets Authority (FMA)

    The Financial markets Authority (FMA) is a New Zealand government agency responsible for enforcing securities, financial reporting and company law as they apply to financial services and securities markets. The FMA also regulates securities exchanges, financial advisers and brokers, auditors, trustees and issuers - including issuers of KiwiSaver and superannuation schemes. It jointly oversees designated settlement systems in New Zealand, with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ). FMA is a member of New Zealand’s Council of Financial Regulators.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC MARKETS NZ LIMITED

      Effective Date :

      2014-12-12
    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      s.menzies@cmcmarkets.com

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

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      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      Level 25, 151 Queen STreeT, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      +61289159316,+61439428418
    Federal Financial Supervisory Authority

    Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)

    Prior to 2002, in Germany the regulation of the financial industry was undertaken by three separate agencies. In May 2002 BaFin was formed, following the passing of the Financial Services and Integration Act. The aim of the Act and the merging of the three agencies was to create one integrated financial regulator that would be able to cover all financial markets. The agencies that merged together were the Federal Banking Supervisory Office, the Federal Supervisory Office for Securities Trading, and the Federal Insurance Supervisory Office.BaFin was given further responsibility following the passing of the Banking Act in 2003 with the aim of increasing customer protection and improving the reputation of the German financial system. The extra powers included monitoring the credit-worthiness of financial institutions and collecting detailed information about them. This particular area of responsibility was shared with the Bundesbank. Currently, BaFin is experiencing a kind of transition, as the responsibility for banking supervision is being taken over by the European Central Bank.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC Markets UK plc

      Effective Date :

      2004-09-07
    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      --

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      --

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      133 HoundsdiTch EC3A 7BX London GroßbriTannien

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      --
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1 Annex2
    Banque de France

    Banque de France (BDF)

    The Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution(ACPR) is charged with preserving the stability of the financial system and protecting the customers, insurance policyholders, members and beneficiaries of the persons that it supervises.It is responsible for: issuing licences and authorisations as laid down in legislation and regulations;supervising compliance with rules designed to protect customers, whether these rules stem from legislation and regulations, codes of conduct approved at the request of a professional association or industry best practices that the Authority either observes or recommends,etc.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC Markets UK plc

      Effective Date :

      2010-11-22
    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      --

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      --

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      133 HoundsdiTch - EC3A 7BX

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      --
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1 Annex2 Annex3
    Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada

    Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)

    The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is the national self-regulatory organization which oversees all investment dealers and trading activity on debt and equity marketplaces in Canada. IIROC sets high-quality regulatory and investment industry standards, protects investors and strengthens market integrity while maintaining efficient and competitive capital markets.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC Markets Canada Inc.

      Effective Date :

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    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      --

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      www.cmcmarkets.ca

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      100 Adelaide Street West Suite 2915 Toronto ON M5H 1S3

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      416-682-5000
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1
    Monetary Authority of Singapore

    Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

    MAS is the integrated regulator and supervisor of financial institutions in Singapore. In 1970, Parliament passed the Monetary Authority of Singapore Act leading to the formation of MAS on 1 January 1971. The passing of the MAS Act gave MAS the authority to regulate the financial services sector in Singapore.MAS has been given powers to act as a banker to and financial agent of the Government. It has also been entrusted to promote monetary stability, and make credit and exchange policies conducive to the growth of the economy. In April 1977, the Government decided to bring the regulation of the insurance industry under MAS. The regulatory functions under the Securities Industry Act (1973) were also transferred to MAS in September 1984.MAS now administers the various statutes pertaining to money, banking, insurance, securities and the financial sector. Following its merger with the Board of Commissioners of Currency on 1 October 2002, MAS also assumed the function of currency issuance.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC MARKETS SINGAPORE PTE LTD

      Effective Date :

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    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      --

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      https://www.cmcmarkets.com

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      9 RAFFLES PLACE #30-02 REPUBLIC PLAZA TOWER 1 048619

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      6565596000
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1
    Australia Securities & Investment Commission

    Australia Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC)

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia's corporate regulator, which was established on 1 July 1998 following recommendations from the Wallis Inquiry. ASIC's role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC's authority and scope were determined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act, 2001.

    • Licensed Institution :

      CMC MARKETS ASIA PACIFIC PTY LTD

      Effective Date :

      2004-02-24
    • Email Address of Licensed Institution :

      s.menzies@cmcmarkets.com

      License Type:

      No Sharing
    • Website of Licensed Institution :

      https://www.cmcmarkets.com.au

      Expiry Date :

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    • Address of Licensed Institution :

      'Tower 3 InTernaTional Towers' Level 20, 300 BaranGaroo Avenue, SYDNEY NSW 2000

      Phone Number of Licensed Institution :

      02 8915 9316
    • Licensed Institution Certified Documents :

      Annex1 Annex2 Annex3 Annex4 Annex5

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    CMCMarkets · Company summary

      General Information & Regulation

      CMC Markets was founded in London, UK, in 1989 and started to operate then. In 1996, it launched the world's first online retail FX trading platform, allowing its clients to take advantage of markets previously only accessible to institutional traders. In 2000, CMC Markets expanded its business to become a CFD broker and in 2001 launched an online financial spread betting service, becoming the first spread betting company to launch the daily rolling cash®Bet. In 2002, CMC Markets opened its first overseas office in Sydney, then more offices were opened in Beijing, Canada, and Germany. In 2007, the company had expanded, with additional offices in New Zealand, Germany, Canada, Singapore, and Sweden, and had sold a 10% equity stake to Goldman Sachs. In 2015, offices in Poland and Austria were opened; MetaTrader 4 trading platform has introduced functions such as guaranteed stop-loss, simultaneous long and short, and module links. CMC Markets was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2016. After 30 years of development, today's CMC Markets has entered the markets of 15 countries, providing nearly 10,000 global financial products, including stocks, indices, forex, bonds, cryptocurrencies, and other major asset classes, becoming the first choice of active traders platform. CMC Markets' branches in different countries are regulated by local financial regulators, including the FCA in the UK (regulatory license number 173730 ), FMA in New Zealand (regulatory license number 41187), IIROC in Canada, and MSA in Singapore.

      Market Instruments

      CMC Markets offers a wide selection of trading products, nearly 10,000 tradable instruments. There are 348 forex products (more than 330 spot and forward currency pairs CFDs, including major, minor, and emerging currency pairs), 116 indices (100 spot and futures stock indices CFDs worldwide), 9441 types of Stocks (can open positions on more than 9,000 global stocks, including 1,000 ETF funds, providing CFD trading on many popular stocks, including Apple, BP, Lloyds Banking Group, Tesco, Rio Tinto, etc.), 110 commodities ( Open positions for CFDs on spot and futures commodities, including Brent crude oil and West Texas light crude oil, gold and silver), 51 types of bonds (the bond market includes government debt instruments, such as British Treasury bonds, German long-term and short-term Treasury bonds and U.S. Treasury bills, more than 55 kinds of global bond CFD quotes, including spot and futures products, 12 cryptocurrencies (more than ten popular cryptocurrency CFD products, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, and a series of unique Cryptocurrency index products).

      CMC Markets Minimum Deposit

      CMC Markets offers two CFD accounts in total, the CFD account and the Corporate account. Both accounts require no minimum deposit, free for new traders to get started.

      

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       Account Opening

      As CMC Markets is regulated by Financial Conduct Authority , every new client must pass a few basic compliance checks to ensure that you understand the risks of trading and are allowed to trade. When you open an account, youll likely be asked for the following, so it is good to have these handy:

    •   A scanned colour copy of your passport, driving license or national ID;

    •   A utility bill or bank statement from the past three months showing your address;

      CMC Markets Leverage

      The maximum leverage of major currencies for forex products is up to 1:500, and the maximum leverage of stock index products is also up to 1:500. The leverage of bond products varies from 1:200 to 1:400, and the leverage of commodities varies from 1:100 to 1:200. The company has set up a real account and a demo account. Each investor can hold a CFD account, and the company will decide whether to provide multiple CFD accounts according to the situation.

      Spreads & Commissions

      The minimum spreads for forex products are as low as 0.7, for the UK 100 and 30 stock indices in Germany as low as 1, for the 30 stock indices in the United States as low as 1.4. The spreads of Gold are as low as 0.4, crude oil as low as 3.5, and natural gas as low as 0.3. The minimum spread for bonds is 1.0, for Bitcoin Cash in USD 1.9. The minimum spread for Ether in USD is 1.9, and the minimum spread for Bitcoin in USD is 40. There are two commission charges for stock CFDs when opening and closing positions. The commission fee depends on which country the stock products are from. For Non-US stocks, the commission standard is calculated as a percentage of the order amount. For US stocks, the commission standard is 2 cents per share. 5:00 pm (New York time) at the end of each trading day, any cash position held in the user's account may be charged a fee called “position cost”.

      Trading Platforms

      CMC Markets employs the MT4 trading platform, which is a powerful online trading platform and mobile phone application. Apart from previous advantages of technical indicators & drawing tools, price estimation tools, module associations, mobile phone trading charts, and direct trading from the charts, it also has a series of innovative tools, including customer sentiment indicators, multiple chart layouts, and patterns identification scan. Customer sentiment indicators allow traders to view the number of customers and the value of their positions in almost real-time. Customer sentiment is automatically updated with events and price changes of the day-this is especially useful when market conditions are highly volatile. Multiple chart layouts allow users to set the platform desktop according to their preferences, enables users to fully customize their own modules, and freely save or switch up to 5 trading desktops. Pattern recognition scans the data of more than 120 most popular products, automatically reminds users of the formation and breakthrough of popular chart patterns such as triangles, wedge shapes, and channels, and updates every 15 minutes to ensure that investors are informed of potential trading opportunities.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      The deposit and withdrawal methods are bank transfer, Paypal, BPAY (BPAY is a unique bill payment system in Australia, which allows traders to pay bills through banks or other financial institutions, using telephone or online systems), and POLi (POLi is an online payment service, allowing investors to transfer money to CMC Markets safely and in real-time directly through their online bank account, no fees charged by CMC Markets ). Investors can use a credit or debit card or transfer money from a bank account to deposit funds into the account. Using a credit card to transfer money will charge a 1% fee, and a debit card will charge a 0.5% handling fee. The company does not accept checks or cash deposits. Regarding withdrawals, users can click on the “Transfer” icon and then select the “Transfer Funds” tab to transfer funds online from their accounts. If the client's bank information has been saved, as long as the application is made before 2:00 pm Sydney time, the user's application will be processed on the same day.

      Accepted Regions

      When it comes to its services covered countries, CMC Markets only accepts traders from United Kingdom, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Canada.

      Customer Support

      Traders can contact CMC via phone. Their website claims 98% of calls will be answered in under 20 seconds. User reviews show staff are both courteous and helpful. There is also an option to email customer support. On top of that, help can be found in the form of quick start guides, platform tours, and even live trader events. Its international trading services available in multiple languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, etc.

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