The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is the market conduct regulator of financial institutions, that provide financial products and financial services, financial institutions that are licensed in terms of a financial sector law, including banks, insurers, retirement funds and administrators, and market infrastructures. The FSCA is responsible for market conduct regulation and supervision. FSCA aims to enhance and support the efficiency and integrity of financial markets and to protect financial customers by promoting their fair treatment by financial institutions, as well as providing financial customers with financial education. The FSCA will further assist in maintaining financial stability.
15-20 years | Regulated in Australia | Regulated in United Kingdom | Market Making(MM)
FSCA : 309763
10-15 years | Regulated in Australia | Regulated in Japan | Regulated in Ireland
FSCA : 504072
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in South Africa | Regulated in United Kingdom
FSCA : 730729
5-10 years | Regulated in United Kingdom | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in South Africa
FSCA : 717270
One Financial MarketsScore 7.03
10-15 years | Regulated in United Kingdom | Regulated in South Africa | Regulated in Australia
FSCA : 466201
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in United Kingdom | Regulated in South Africa
FSCA : 185/12
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in United Kingdom | Regulated in United Arab Emirates
FSCA : 183/12
5-10 years | Regulated in Germany | Regulated in France | Regulated in United Kingdom
FSCA : 161/11
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in South Africa | Regulated in Vanuatu
FSCA : 261/14
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Regulated in Spain | Market Making(MM)
FSCA : 161/11
5-10 years | Regulated in Cyprus | Market Making(MM) | Non MT4/5 Software
FSCA : 227/14
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