The most valuable thing for the company is the safety of the client's funds. The money of investors working with us is reliably protected. Behind this statement is a set of measures aimed at eliminating all potential risks:
1. Reliable banks
InvestGT client funds are held in several of the largest banks with a reliability rating above AA +. This meets the requirements of the global financial regulator Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
2. Segregated accounts
Client funds are held in segregated accounts, separate from InvestGT funds. Even if the broker fails to fulfill its obligations, the clients' funds will not be used to satisfy the requirements of creditors, which means they will be guaranteed to be returned.
3. Hedging at your own expense
InvestGT hedges its obligations to counterparties. To do this, we use only our own money - client funds are not involved under any circumstances.
4. Compensation fund
Additional protection for InvestGT clients' funds is provided by The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). If a broker goes out of business, goes bankrupt or is otherwise unable to fulfill its obligations to clients, investors are entitled to compensation of up to £85,000.
5. Guaranteed safety of funds
InvestGT is part of a group of companies with a market cap of over $3.5 billion as of May 31, 2018. This allows us to guarantee the safety of our clients' funds.
The activities of forex brokers are strictly regulated by law. Our company is a member of regulators from the following list:
|Great Britain||Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)|
|Great Britain||Gambling Commission|
|Germany||Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)|
|USA||Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)|
|Spain||Comision Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV)|
|France||Banque de France|
|Switzerland||Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)|
|Italy||Commissione Nazionale per le Societa e la Borsa (CONSOB)|
|New Zealand||Financial Service Provider (FSP)|
|South Africa||Financial Services Board (FSB)|
|Singapore||Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)|
|Dubai||Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA)|
|Japan||Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA)|