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Vantage FX was founded in 2009 by a highly-specialised team with backgrounds in Finance, FOREX and Technology. Created to help clients pursue their financial goals, we proudly offer transparent access to the FOREX market, powerful trading platforms (MT4 and MT5), exceptional execution speed, and award-winning customer service.
Given our strong background, we have always been able to offer superior access to global FOREX markets, which is why professional and retail traders are able to notice the remarkable difference between Vantage FX and other brokers.
We continually strive to evolve our offering to ensure that we deliver a service that is far superior to anything else on the market.
Smart traders make smart decisions, so become a Vantage FX client today and experience the difference.
Since the company’s inception in 2009, Vantage FX has offered retail Forex trading clients an unparalleled Forex trading experience. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide absolutely the most transparent Forex trading environment, allowing you to exploit your Forex trading edge.
After asking ourselves what it is that traders want when choosing a Forex broker, we have built Vantage FX from elements which clearly define the ideal Forex broker for your seamless and profitable Forex trading.
Since 2009, we have been committed to not only delivering an exceptional trading environment for our clients but also adhering to, and surpassing the expectations held by global financial regulators.
With our renowned reputation for transparency, we have amassed in excess of 50,000 actively trading clients from around the world, who depend on us for the safety and security of their funds on a daily basis. All our clients’ funds are held in a segregated custodial account held with National Australia Bank, and we undertake regular audits and hold indemnity insurance to offer clients the peace of mind that they are trading with a global leader that holds a reputation for superior service, security and transparency.
Admiral Markets investment firms operating under the Admiral Markets trademark, are leading online trading service providers, offering investment services for trading with Forex and CFDs on indices, metals, energies, stocks, bonds and digital currencies.
Our dedication to provide access to highly-functional software and quality assurance means that our clients receive the best and most transparent trading experience. Admiral Markets uses external auditors to enhance its operational and internal procedures to ensure regulatory compliance.
Since the foundation in 2001, the Admiral Markets Group has continually expanded its reach and today offers its services worldwide through its regulated trading companies, thus turning into a truly global organisation. At Admiral Markets, we are convinced that our presence in various geographical regions enables us to provide our clients with intelligent service and support wherever they choose to trade.
Regulatory Authorisation and Licence
Our investment firms are publicly acknowledged as a companies with an outstanding reputation, quality services, financial stability and high security of investments.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority
Admiral Markets UK Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), FRN: 595450, and is authorised to hold Client Money under the FCA CASS rules. Admiral Markets UK Ltd is a sister company of Admiral Markets AS (Estonia).
Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL)
Admiral Markets Pty Ltd (ABN 63 151 613 839) holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) to carry on financial services business in Australia, limited to the financial services covered by its AFSL no. 410681. The information on the Admiral Markets Pty Ltd`s website is not directed at residents in any country or jurisdiction where such distribution or use would be contrary to local law or regulation.
Segregation of client funds
In accordance with FCA rules, all client money is kept fully segregated from Admiral Markets’ own assets in an EEA-regulated credit institution. This ensures that clients’ funds are identifiable and available at all times and cannot be used by Admiral Markets for any purpose. Furthermore, under UK insolvency law, client money is protected and therefore unavailable to general creditors of the firm, if the firm fails.
Admiral Markets performs daily client money reconciliations in accordance with FCA requirements. This process ensures that funds held in segregated bank accounts always accurately reflect client assets. The full value of a client trading account is treated as client money. Admiral Markets is regulated by the FCA and is required to file individual Client Money Asset Returns (CMAR) on a monthly basis with the regulator.
Admiral Markets client money controls and processes are audited annually by our auditors who report to the FCA.
If the bank which is used to hold segregated client money goes into liquidation, any losses would be shared by clients in proportion to their share of the total amount held with the failed bank. Any funds lost as a result of this liquidation of a bank regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), will be covered by the FSCS up to a limit of £85,000 per client (https://www.fscs.org.uk/). Any funds lost as a result of the liquidation of a European bank may be covered up to a limit of €100,000 per client, under the Deposit Guarantee scheme: Deposit Guarantee Scheme
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
The FSCS exists to protect customers of financial services firms that have failed. The FSCS can pay compensation up to £85,000, if a firm ceases trading with a deficit in their segregated client money. It also pays compensation up to £85,000 if a PRA regulated bank which is used to hold segregated client money goes into liquidation.
Deposit Guarantee Schemes
Deposit guarantee schemes (DGS) reimburse a limited amount to compensate depositors whose bank has failed. Under EU rules, deposit guarantee schemes protect depositors` savings by guaranteeing deposits of up to €100,000.
In Europe, they are organised at the national level, although minimum standards have been agreed at the EU level. Under EU rules, €100,000 per depositor is guaranteed through such schemes. Some Member States have several schemes in place, organised by different banking groups, such as savings banks, cooperative banks, public sector banks or private banks.