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BaFin (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht) - is the Federal financial Supervisory authority of Germany, which is the Central Supervisory authority for financial services in the country. The Directorate is the Federal government of Germany and its functions and status defines the "Law on the Federal financial Supervisory authority", in the first place.

In carrying out its oversight responsibilities BaFin closely cooperates with the German Federal Bank.

Control is independent of the Federal budget because its funding comes from contributions and donations-controlled organizations and enterprises.

Main priorities in the work of BaFin's tasks are to establish a reliable and open activities of organizations that provide financial services.

FINMA (Swiss Financial Markets Authority) - is a Swiss service for supervision over financial markets, which is a public authority.

The organization is focused primarily on protecting the rights of investors, creditors and policy-holders, who are guaranteed equal rights in the financial markets, but also to maintain the stability of the Swiss market and decent reputation.

NFA (National Futures Association) - a non-profit self-governing organization Futures and FOREX U.S. industry. NFA began operations in 1982 with the intent to protect the ethics of futures and other markets and protect the interests of traders and investors. Each individual or a company offering services to clients trading in the futures market and Forex in the U.S., must be registered with the CFTC and a member of NFA. To date, NFA has approximately 4.300 members and 50,000 associate members (representatives of firms who are members of NFA). The main function of the NFA is to establish a careful monitoring of strict compliance with NFA members of federal laws and regulations established by CFTC. NFA also has its own rules, introduced in order to ensure the ethical treatment of brokers to traders and investors and to protect them from fraud and manipulation.

CYSEC (Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission) - is the Cyprus Commission for the Securities and Exchange Commission a mandate to monitor financial markets in Cyprus. It ensures that the Cypriot capital firms strictly follow the financial guidelines under the legislation and regulatory framework of Cyprus and the European Union. CySEC - this is a public body which monitors the actions and operations on the Stock Exchange.

Partial list of responsibilities CySEC:

- Supervises the activities of licensed investment companies
- Supervises the activities of brokers and brokerage firms
- Displays current licenses investment companies

Cyprus a full member of the European Union and therefore shares the same powers as all the financial supervisory authorities in Europe (such as the Office of Financial Regulation and Supervision (FSA) the UK).

CySEC

FSC BVI (Financial Services Commission British Virgin Islands) Financial Services Commission BVI.

Along with other offshore jurisdictions other British Virgin Islands follow the recommendations of the FATF and the OECD through the strengthening of its state regulatory function. In 1999, the British Virgin Islands Code was adopted to counter the laundering of proceeds from illegal means (ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING CODE OF PRACTICE, 1999).

January 1, 2002 British Virgin Islands Government established an independent regulator the Financial Services Commission (FSC - Financial Services Commission). In October 2002, when the Financial Services Commission was established financial centers as a specialized unit to promote the financial services market, as well as the positioning of the Virgin Islands as a first-class international center of financial services.

Most international business companies in the British Virgin Islands were created as a mechanism of protection of property (assets), sometimes in conjunction with the use of a trust for the holding of shares or other property (assets). Establishment process is in the hands of licensed registered agents, which act as "gatekeepers" to protect the reputation of the British Virgin Islands.


Trading in Financial Markets carries a high level of risk for investors. All materials are published for informational purposes only.