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Recognizing the best forex brokers is not just a matter of identity and basic trading needs. You may need to compare some of them to have more clarity when browsing through some information on forex brokers.


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According to the PRA rulebook, there are 3 areas of the PRA regulations. Firms must comply with the regulations depending on which classification they fall into.

  • Banking and Investment Rules: for CRR firms (banks, building societies, or investment firms subject to the EU Capital Requirements Regulation) and non-CRR firms (credit unions, building societies, or PRA-designated investment firms not subject to the EU CRR).
  • Insurance Rules: for SII firms (insurance firms subject to the Solvency II Directive) and non-SII firms.
  • Other rules: for non-authorized persons (persons or firms not authorized by the PRA).

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When it comes to online trading regulation, the ambiguity of laws in Nigeria contrasts with other African countries that have already implemented regulations. For example, South Africa's Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) and Kenya's Capital Markets Authority (CMA) have already regulated online forex brokers in their countries. Furthermore, South Africa has even established rules for forex trading taxation.

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Some brokers might claim that they are in the process of applying for a license or a license extension. But in reality, not all brokers are true to their words. Some of them don't actually apply for any license and only use those words to steal the clients' funds. Even if the license is indeed "in the process", the broker's still unregulated during that time.

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Here are the steps on how to check if a forex broker is regulated:

  • Check the broker's website.

  • Visit the regulatory agency's website.

  • Contact the regulatory agency.

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