Regulations in Different Countries
 
There are different regulations depending on where you are trading. For more information on what is a regulation/regulated company, please see link – 10 reasons to not use unregulated companies.
 
The main regulation body in Europe is CySEC. CySEC are a Cypriot based organization, and work with a number of local regulations specific to European countries.

These include:
                
  • U.K – Financials Services Authority (FSA)
  • France – Banque de France
  • Spain - Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV)
  • Italy - Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB)
  • Denmark – Finanstilsynet (Danish FSA)
  • Poland – Polish Financial Supervision Authority (PFSA)
  • Sweden - Finansinspektionen (FI)
  • Netherlands - Authority for Financial Markets (AFM)
  • Belgium - Finance And Insurance Commission (CBFA)
  • Liechtenstein - Finanzmarktes Liechtenstein (FMA)
  • Luxembourg -Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)
  • Slovakia - National Bank of Slovakia (NBS)
  • Lithuania - Securities Commission of the Republic of Lithuania (LSC)
  • Slovenia - Securities Market Agency (SMA)
  • Estonia - Financial Supervision Authority
  • Bulgaria - Financial Supervision Commission (FSC)
  • Czech Republic - Czech National Bank (CNB)
  • Finland - Finland Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA)
  • Portugal - Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM)
  • Austria - Austrian Financial Market Authority (Austrian FMA)
  • Hungary- Hungarian National Bank (MNB)  
     
Regulation bodies in other continents include:
 
  • Australia -Australian security investments and commission (ASIC)
  • New Zealand- (FSP)