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The Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC) was formally established in December 1993, after the Vanuatu Parliament enacted the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission Act No. 35 of 1993. Previous to this, the VFSC was the Registrar of Companies and the Official Receivership Department of the Treasury since 1971 under the then, British Administration and after independence in July 1980, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management. The VFSC has set up four departments, namely Corporate Services, Legal Enforcement & Insolvency, Supervision and Registration.
Current Status:Offshore Regulatory
License Type:Retail Forex License
Regulated in Country/AreaVanuatu
Regulatory License No.：40099
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License Type:No Sharing
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General Information & Regulation
Established in 2014, Juno Markets are a Vanuatu-based broker that offers online trading in multiple markets, such as forex, metals, indices, and energies. Juno Markets Limited is incorporated in the Republic of Vanuatu with a registered address at Law Partners House, Kumul Highway, Port Vila, Vanuatu. The broker is regulated by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC) with a Principals License (No. 40099) for dealing in securities. Juno Markets offers its services to clients from different parts of the globe but specifically states that it does not accept clients from certain countries/regions including the United States and Hong Kong.
Juno Markets provides investors with popular financial trading instruments, including forex currency pairs, metals, stock indices, energy, and share CFDs.
To meet different investors' investment needs and trading experience, Juno Markets offers four account types: STP (minimum deposit of $100), Pro (minimum deposit of $500), ECN (minimum deposit of $1,000), and Institutional Accounts (minimum deposit of $25,000). Juna Markets requires at least $100 to start a standard account, and minimum deposit requirement vary depending on different trading conditions and accounts holders.
Juno Markets Leverage
Trading leverage differs in light of various account types. The maximum trading leverage is 1:500 for STP Accounts, 1:400 for Pro Accounts, 1:200 for ECN Accounts, and 1:100 for Institutional Accounts.
Spreads & Commissions
Spreads start from 2.0 pips for STP Accounts, 1.3 pips for Pro Accounts, and commissions are calculated into spreads for both accounts. Spreads start from 0 pips for ECN accounts, and commissions are $4 per lot per side. For institutional accounts, the spreads start from 0 pips, and the trading commission is $1.5 per side per lot (minimum monthly commission is $3,000).
Juno Markets offers traders the market-leading and award-winning MT4 trading platform, MT4 Desktop, MT4 Mobile, as well as Juno Auto Trader and MAM multi-account management systems.
In addition to the tools built into the MT4 platform, Juno Markets offers some other tools, such as the Alpha Generator Indicator, Real-Time Signals, Economic Calendar, and MAM/PAMM Account for account managers.
Deposit & Withdrawal
Juno Markets welcomes traders with Instant Bank Transfer, International Wire Transfer (for EUR, USD, AUD), Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ether, USDT), Skill & NETELLER (for USD, EUR, and AUD), UnionPay, Alipay. Ngan Luong, FasaPay for multiple ways to deposit and withdraw.
Juno Markets provides customer support via online Live Chat and social media platforms, such as Facebook, Tweeter, Instagram YouTube, and LinkedIn.
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