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- Full listing profile: FXChoice broker profile
Is FXChoice safe?
- Investor protection: no
- Regulation: IFSC Belize
- Registration: ...
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: no
Is FXChoice trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: prompt
- FXChoice website: semi-detailed, updated
- FXChoice popularity (by visitor count): top visited
How FXChoice works
4.8. The Client accepts that FX Choice shall decide whether to effect any Transactions with you as principal or as an agent.
Over-the-Counter (OTC) is the execution venue for any financial instruments whose trading is governed by the Client agreement.
When trading CFDs, the Client is effectively entering into an over-the counter (‘OTC’) transaction; this implies that any position opened with FX Choice cannot be closed with any other entity.
4.8 The Client accepts that FX Choice shall decide whether to effect any Transactions with you as principal or as an agent.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
The Client accepts that a conflict of interest may arise when the interest of FX Choice competes or interferes, or appears to compete or interfere, with the Client’s interests under the Client agreement. The Client accepts that:
a) FX Choice may assign or transfer the execution of the Client’s instruction to another member company of the FX Choice Group of Companies;
b) FX Choice may execute at the same time instructions by different Clients that are opposite to one another;
c) FX Choice may establish business, including but not limited to trading relationships, with other issuers of financial instruments and FX Choice may have a financial interest in such instruments;
d) Should FX Choice act as a market maker, there may be inherent conflict of interest;
37.4 On the basis of paragraph 18.2.d) of the Client Agreement, FX Choice shall determine at its discretion the Quotes that are executable and appear through the trading platform(s).