MNB fines CFD Markets HUF 90 mln for unauthorized activity
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The National Bank of Hungary (MNB) has fined Hungarian company CFD Markets HUF 90 mln on charges of acting as a independent capital market agent for a Cyprus-based and a U.K. company without authorization and failing to report these activities to the regulator, the MNB said on its website today.
(Photo: Jessica Fejos)
MNB has established that Budapest-based CFD Markets acted as an investment services agent without authorization for the Cyprus-based Safecap Ltd. and the U.K.-based Go Markets U.K. (formerly: Vantage FX U.K.) – otherwise companies authorized to provide cross-border services.
The MNB has banned the company from conducting the unauthorized activity.
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