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Anyoption becomes fully-regulated EU trading platform

29 July 2013  |  1452 views  |  0 Source: anyoption

Since 2008, anyoption has been the industry leader in the world of binary option trading, offering the ultimate trading experience to hundreds of thousands of investors worldwide.

The company believes that a full trading product must be safe, secure, and regulated.

anyoption operates in full transparency and is under strict EU amendments such as MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) and audited by KPMG. As a fully regulated trading platform, all functions of the company are subject to the approval of the local regulator. This approval guarantees that the company meets the highest standards of financial stability and works in full compliance with all relevant laws and regulations, especially in relation to investor protection.

As an investment firm anyoption takes steps to ensure best result for its clients, taking into account price, costs, speed, likelihood of execution and settlement, size, nature and any other considerations relevant to the execution of the order. anyoption is a member of the Investor Compensation Fund (ICF) offering their users an additional source of financial security.

anyoption's trading platform is operated by Ouroboros Derivatives Trading Ltd., a registered European investment firm authorized and regulated by CYSEC under License number: 187/12.

Unlike other online binary options brokers, anyoption's license is a regulated full market maker enabling the company to offer the highest level of financial services on a par with licenses issued by the EU's toughest regulators including the British FSA, French AMF and Italy's CONSOB.

anyoption is proud to offer users a regulated platform for binary option trading. The company's spokesperson stated; "The regulation is only one aspect of the full anyoption package, we work hard to provide a product that is safe and secure using cutting edge technology to create an unforgettable trading experience." anyoption was the first to offer online binary options to retail clientele. 

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