Abstract：Forex Capital Markets Limited, the UK subsidiary of the FXCM Group, has changed its name to Stratos Markets Limited.
Forex Capital Markets Limited, the UK-based subsidiary of the FXCM Group, recently underwent a significant rebranding effort and is now officially known as Stratos Markets Limited. This change, which occurred on September 10th, aligns with a broader strategy by FXCM Group to rename its European subsidiaries.
The transformation from Forex Capital Markets Limited to Stratos Markets Limited follows a similar renaming process for FXCM's Cyprus-based entity, which is now Stratos Europe Ltd. These changes are part of FXCM Group's strategic rebranding initiatives.
FXCM Group has an interesting history, tracing its origins back to 1999 in New York. The company emerged from the now-defunct Global Brokerage Inc., which filed for bankruptcy in 2017.
As of September 10th, the UK company registry officially reflects the name change from Forex Capital Markets Limited to Stratos Markets Limited. This update is also visible on the FXCM UK website, where Stratos Markets Limited is now the designated entity responsible for providing trading services.
However, it's important to note that, as of the last available information, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) registry still lists the company under its previous name, along with its license number, which is 217689.
The FXCM UK website has been updated to include the following information:
“Stratos Markets Limited is an operating subsidiary within the FXCM group of companies (collectively, the ”FXCM Group“). All references on this site to ”FXCM refer to the FXCM Group.
Stratos Markets Limited is authorized and regulated in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registration number 217689. Registered in England and Wales with Companies House company number 04072877.
This rebranding signifies a new chapter for the company and its continued commitment to providing trading services under the Stratos Markets Limited banner.
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