XM ensures the safety of the client’s funds

Safety for client’s fund

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XM always follow strict rules to ensure the profit and safety of clients’ funds

  • Trading with UK’s leading bank Barclays
  • Different ways to protect client’s funds
  • Protect client’s funds through the Investor Compensation Fund in case of insolvency
  • Protecting the customer from the risk of losing more than their investment with the negative balance protection policy
  • Ensure customer privacy and security in the deposit/withdrawal process thanks to SSL technology
  • Implementing the investor protection policy regulated by the European Union Financial Instruments Market (MiFID)
  • The best execution policy for placing trading orders on the most favorable conditions for customers
  • Cooperate with many liquidity providers
  • No requotes, no surcharges

XM has more than 700,000 customers in the world.

List of country licences for XM Group

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Licenses

CySEC
Securities and Exchange Commission (Cyprus)
Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd. is licensed by CySEC under license No. 120/10.
FSP
Financial Service Provider ( New Zealand)
Trading Point NZ Ltd is registered by the FSP under the registration number FSP235905.

*XM is the service name of Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd

Register

FSA
Seychelles Financial Services Authority(Seychelles)
Registration number:SD010
FCA
Financial Conduct Authority (UK)
Registration number: 538324
BaFin
Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungs-aufsicht (Germany)
Registration number: 124161
CNMV
Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores(Spain)
Registration number: 2010157773
PSZÁF
Pénzügyi Szervezetek Állami Felügyelete (Hungaryi)
Registration number: K0005633
CONSOB
Commissione Nazionale per la Società e la Borsa(Italy)
Registration number: 3046
ACP
Autorité de Contró Prudentiel (France)
Registration number: 73640
FIN
Finanssivalvonta Finansinspektionen (Finland)
KNF
Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego (Poland)
AFM
Autoriteit Financiële Markten (The Netherlands)
FI
Finansinspektionen (Sweden)