The main role of the Financial Conduct Authority is to make sure that consumers use financial services and products from firms and individuals they can trust and that customers are treated fairly.
The FCA is an independent non-governmental body, given statutory powers by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 as amended by the Financial Services Act 2012.
FCA is an open and transparent organization and provides full information for firms, consumers and others about their objectives, plans, policies and rules. FCA is accountable to treasury ministers and, through them to parliament. The creation of the FCA has created an opportunity to regulate the financial services industry more efficiently.
As an FCA regulated broker, Fortrade is committed to providing transparency. It puts the interests of its customers and the integrity of the market at the core of what it does. To achieve this, it ensures that its financial systems remain sound, stable and resilient.
Fortrade upholds the highest security standards with advanced infrastructure to safeguards the integrity of all our systems. It preserves high conduct standards by treating consumers fairly, securing an appropriate degree of protection for consumers’ information, maintaining the integrity of the market, and responding quickly and decisively to events or problems that threaten the integrity of the industry.