CNMV Regulated Forex Brokers

CNMV stands for the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores, or National Securities Market Commission. This is a government agency of Spain in charge of the securities markets and financial regulation in the country. The agency is independent within the Ministry of Economy and Finance. The CNMV was established in 1988 under a regulatory framework to meet the EU criteria. The Commission has played a crucial role in the Spanish Stock market by introducing stronger measures for the protection of investors. The main role of the CNMV is to secure a transparent and fair financial market which grants stability, consumer protection, and instruct intermediaries and brokers to behave correctly. One of its duties includes assisting the EU Commission in evaluating financial sectors of EU candidate countries. Since Spain is an EU member state, it also has to comply with the EU primary and secondary legislations, including the MiFD which is directly associated to securities and the financial market.

CNMV Regulated Forex Brokers

CNMV, ASIC, 416279
BaFin, 73406
DFSA (Dubai) CL3989
FCA (UK), 481068
FSC (BVI), SIBA/L/14/1068
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone, IC/2993/10

Australia | 2005

CNMV (Spain), 40
Czech National Bank 56720
DFSA (Dubai), 4365
FCA (UK), 522157
FSA (Poland), 0000217580
IFSC (Belize), IFSC/60/413/TS/19

Austria | 2002

CNMV license: #3523

Cyprus | 2008

CNMV (Spain), ASIC, 424122
BaFin, 130602
CONSOB (Italy) 2915
Czech National Bank, 256/2004
DMCC (Dubai), 32142
FCA (UK), 501320
Finansinspektionen (Sweden), 556873-1326
FINRA, 16.06.2021
SFC (Hong Kong), AZJ874

Chile | 2009

Banque de France, 75626
CNMV (Spain), 4185
CNVM (Romania) 110536
CySEC, 285/15
FCA (UK), 760555
Finansinspektionen (Sweden), FT00096123
FSA (Sweden), NOR-149113

Cyprus | 2015