September 11th, 2018, The Financial Commission, a leading independent member-driven external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for international online brokerages that participate in global foreign exchange (forex), derivatives, and CFD markets, today announces the launch of a new Expert Opinion column on its official website.
Drawing on the knowledge of the organization’s various esteemed experts who comprise the Dispute Resolution (DRC) and other committees the Financial Commission has launched a new section on its website dedicated specifically to providing complementary information and education on the Forex, CFD and cryptocurrency markets for traders, brokerages and financial firms.
All interested parties can now review insights and analysis from financial industry professionals and gain a better understanding of the regulatory, technological and business changes happening in the FX and cryptocurrencies markets today. Likewise, traders and investors can get useful tips on how to manage their trading expectations and risks and find out the latest tools available for trading.
Included in the new column today are two articles interesting to traders and brokers alike. The first is regarding the practice of “social trading” on social trading platforms by Roland Gemayel, PhD, who is a member of the Financial Commission’s DRC. The second article, provided to us by Andrew Saks-Mcleod from Finance Feeds, examines the Financial Services Compensation Scheme of the United Kingdom, which was designed to protect client money in the event of a brokerage’s default or bankruptcy.
The Financial Commission will continue to support collaboration among industry experts going forward and we invite all interested industry professionals who have publications to share to contribute to our Expert Opinion column.
To find out how you can participate, please reach out to us at email@example.com.