Forex global trading group
FXCM to its customers and to regulators. FXCM withdrew its CFTC registration and agreed not to re-register in the future, effectively banning it from trading in the United States. Global Brokerage filed for bankruptcy in November 2017, but officially reorganized in February 2018. Leucadia remains the de facto parent company of the FXCM Group. A Managing Director of Leucadia National Corp, which before the bankruptcy held a 49.
2017: Swiss franc jump and U. Forex Capital Markets was founded in 1999 in New York, and was one of the early developers of online forex trading. Initially, the firm was called Shalish Capital Markets, but after one year, rebranded as FXCM. In January 2003, FXCM entered into a partnership with Refco group, one of the largest US futures brokers at the time. FXCM and licensed the FXCM software for use by its own clients. 430 million fraud was discovered, and two months after its initial public offering of stock. FXCM had previously acquired ODL’s U.
In December 2010, FXCM completed an initial public offering and began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, FXCM. When our customer executes a trade on the best price quotation offered by our FX market makers, we act as a credit intermediary, or riskless principal, simultaneously entering into offsetting trades with both the customer and the FX market maker. We earn fees by adding a markup to the price provided by the FX market makers and generate our trading revenues based on the volume of transactions, not trading profits or losses. 2-million fine to FXCM for slippage malpractice. All clients affected by price slippage were compensated within 30 days as part of the terms of the NFA deal.
In June 2012, FXCM purchased a controlling stake in Lucid Markets, a London-based automated trading group focused on currency trading. 4 million for slippage violations and for failing to inform the FCA of the CFTC investigation of the same practices. 225 million and was in breach of regulatory capital requirements. Leucadia in order to meet its capital requirements. In February 2017, the CFTC fined FXCM, Inc. 7 million for engaging in fraudulent activities.