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Hantec Markets |
- Full listing profile: Hantec Markets broker profile
Is Hantec Markets safe?
- Investor protection: UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
- Regulation: FSC Mauritius, FCA UK, ASIC Australia, SC Jordan
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: yes
Is Hantec Markets trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: ...
- Hantec Markets website: highly detailed, updated
- Hantec Markets popularity (by visitor count): low visits
How Hantec Markets works
Scalping is a form of trading which we consider to be an unacceptable practice and a type of market abuse.
When you trade with Hantec Markets, the only charge you’ll need to consider is the spread, and/or a commission if you choose to trade specific CFD markets. We charge our own spread on top of the market spread as our fee for the trade.
Our principal place of business is Suite 208, 2nd Floor, The Catalyst, Silicon Avenue, 40 Cybercity, 72201 Ebene, Republic of Mauritius
2.6.1 Unless we agree otherwise at the time of dealing, we will be the counterparty to all your transactions and act as a principal and not as agent on your behalf.
2.7.1 Subject to any FSC rules or regulations, we may aggregate transactions in respect of your account with those of other clients and of our employees and associates (including any holding company or subsidiary company (as defined in the Companies Act 2001) from time to time, of ours and/or any subsidiary company of any such holding company, an “Associated Company”) and their employees without asking you first.
When we execute an order on your behalf we will take all reasonable steps to obtain the best possible result for you taking into account a number of relevant factors.
2.32. Delegation and use of Associated Companies /agents
2.32.1. We may delegate any of our responsibilities under this Agreement to a third party.
Income from spreads and commissions form our primary source of revenue. The spread is determined by the difference between the buy price and the sell price we offer for each product. Given our large and diversified customer base, our clients trading positions predominantly offset one another. Where one client is buying EURUSD, there will typically be another client selling EURUSD. The net exposure for Hantec for this outcome is zero. Despite this, we continue to generate revenue in the form of our spread. But what happens when our clients’ exposure is not equally matched? In this scenario we may utilize our network of liquidity provisions and risk management infrastructure to protect us from any market risk.