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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.
License Type:Market Making(MM)
Regulated in Country/AreaUnited Kingdom
Regulatory License No.：184333
Email Address of Licensed Institution :firstname.lastname@example.org
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :2nd Floor, Canvas 35 Luke Street London EC2A 4LH UNITED KINGDOM
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :4402033262130
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General Information & Regulation of BUX Markets
BUX Markets is a UK-based investment company that offered investors a range of CFD and spread trading services through offices in London and Amsterdam when it became part of the BUX Group in June 2019.BUX Markets is a trading name of BUX Financial Services Limited. BUX Markets is currently regulated by the FCA in the UK and holds a full license under its authority, regulatory number: 184333.
BUX Markets offers investors a wide range of trading assets, mainly equities, indices, currency pairs as well as commodities, exchange-traded funds, interest rate and bond spread trading products and CFD trading products.
BUX Markets offers one account for retail traders and one account for professional traders, in addition to demo accounts.
Leverage of BUX Markets
Leverage is 30:1 for major currency pairs, 20:1 for minor or currency pairs, 10:1 for odd currency pairs, 20:1 for gold, silver, and platinum futures, 5:1 for US light crude oil futures, 10:1 for Brent crude oil futures, and 5:1 for UK, German, and other European bonds.
Spreads & Commissions of BUX Markets
The spreads offered by BUX Markets are 0.7 pips on the Eurodollar, 2.0 pips on the Gold, 1.0 pips on the FTSE 100, 1.0 pips on the Wall Street, and 1.0 pips on the German 30. Objectively speaking, the spreads of the products on the BUX Markets platform are not particularly competitive.
Trading Platforms Available of BUX Markets
BUX Markets offers traders not the market-leading and popular MT4/MT5 trading platform, instead a trading platform called “TradeHub®”. BUX Markets claims this platform features an intuitive design, sophisticated charts and tools, fast and accurate execution, and that traders can trade anywhere, anytime from a PC, tablet, or cell phone. Generally speaking, it is not advantageous for investors for brokers to offer their in-house trading platforms, as brokers may set or add conditions in their internal software that favors them.
Deposit and withdrawal of BUX Markets
At the moment, it is only known that BUX Markets supports traders to deposit and withdraw funds to their accounts via wire transfer, credit/debit card payments. Credit/debit card deposits are free of charge, but a 1.75% transaction fee will be charged for cards issued outside the Eurozone. Client withdrawal requests will be processed within five business days, and BUX Markets does not support refunds via check poles.
The main drawback of BUX Markets：
1. No MT4/MT5 trading platform available
2. Limited deposit and withdrawal payment options
3. Inactivity account fees
4. No live customer support
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