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    Broker Updates During Nov. 9-15

    Abstract:Financial services domains blocked by Consob rise to 323. Totally five sites were targeted in the latest clampdown which has been supported by the 'Decreto Crescita’ law.

      Vietnam

      Blocked Domains

      1. Financial services domains blocked by Consob rise to 323. Totally five sites were targeted in the latest clampdown which has been supported by the 'Decreto Crescita law:

      Evergo Ltd (website www.tradesrun.com and its page https://client.trading-dashboard.co/);

      FS International LTD (website www.fxglobe.international);

      Giuseppe Eros Lana (website www.berkshiresystem.com);

      Pure M Global Limited (website www.ascend-market.com);

      4FXLUXUS Pvt Ltd and Global Pegasus LTD (website https://4fxluxus.com).

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      Stock Trading

      2. UKs financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will allow UK stock market participants to access EU stock markets following the same rules as before Brexit.

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      Phishing Attack

      3. Ripple clients have lost at least 1,150,000 Ripple coins, worth some 300,000 USD, in a single but rather elaborate phishing attack. They storied their Ripple coins with Ledger, a company providing hardware crypto wallets and other infrastructure solutions for safekeeping of crypto currencies.

      Indonesia

      Official Cooperation

      4. The Ministry of Trade, through the Commodity Futures Trading Supervisory Agency (Bappebti), continues to synergize with law enforcement agencies and related institutions in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). This cooperation is carried out to seek various allegations of illegal actions in collecting public funds and managing investments under the guise of illegal futures trading activities.

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      Gold Trading Portfolio

      5. While the majority of retail FX brokers provide the opportunity to trade spot gold to their clients, SmartFX started offering the possibility of diversification of gold trading portfolio.

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      Thailand

      Scam Warning

      6. AETOS Capital Group Pty. Ltd. today sounded an alarm about a fraudulent clone website that was impersonating its regulated brands. The firm also warned investors to watch out for other websites that claim their services were developed or authorized by AETOS to lure and possibly scam them.

      The cloned site also has a link encouraging potential victims to make deposits, with almost identical wording to the real company, which prompted AETOS to publish the exclusive details of its bank account.

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      Japan

      Forex Fraud

      7. On the 10th Nov., Gunma and Nagano prefectural police of Japan arrested five suspected persons from an asset management company in Nagano City who were on suspicion of fraud. The police alleged that they had swindled investment in the name of foreign exchange margin trading. Around 3.6 billion yen was collected from about 600 persons nationwide, and the flow of funds is being investigated.

      Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

      Clone Identification

      8. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. managed to independently identify a clone that uses a similar domain name in order to dishonestly attract users. According to the companys statement, admiralfxmarkets.com has nothing to do with the licensed activities of Admiral Markets Group.

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      Trading Platform

      9. ForexClub will hold a webinar, during which an experienced specialist will analyze the political and economic consequences of the election and the most profitable assets. According to official data, the webinar is scheduled at November 17, 2020, 17:00 GMT.

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