When choosing a Forex Broker, of prime importance is the legal/regulatory status of the broker and the governing organization it operates under.
Scandinavian Capital Markets operates from Stockholm, Sweden, and offers clients a safe and secure trading environment within Sweden’s rigid and world-class financial system.
Although the population of Sweden is just under 10 million, Sweden plays a major role in the global Forex market, and the countries currency is heavily traded by daily volume, growing from 1.8% to 2.2% since 2013.
Scandinavian Capital Markets is an authorized broker, registered with the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) (Finansinspektionen Reg. No. 556863-5972). As such, we are committed to the utmost protection of our clients and have strict client protection, operating with other regulated entities and EU member states that are highly rated by credit rating agencies.
Companies like Scandinavian Capital Markets who are on the Finansianspektionen’s list of registered brokers, promote transaction transparency, no conflict of interest, and are highly trusted worldwide.
Sweden’s regulatory environment provides unique opportunities for global Forex trading, while at the same time provides a stable and safe financial system. Investors around the world are drawn to the Swedish market and choose Scandinavian Capital Markets because of our reputation as a trusted ECN partner with highly
Finansinspektionen (FI) is the Swedish government agency which oversees the financial market to ensure a stable financial
Since Sweden is part of the EU, it takes many cues from the European parliament. A Finansianspektionen registered Forex broker, like Scandinavian Capital Markets, uses the regulations set by Swedish authorities. Rules include keeping clients’ funds separate from company accounts to prevent misuse or seizure of funds in case of legal measures.
Globally, Finansinspektionen is among the most trusted and respected regulatory authorities. As a result, Sweden has been awarded a triple-A rating by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard and