Pepperstone Markets Boards Increases Clients’ Benefit

Pepperstone Markets Boards Increases Clients’ Benefit

Pepperstone Markets was on Wednesday confirmed as part of the Financial Commission (FinCom). This announcement portrayed the continued interest and attentiveness of financial platforms to embrace independent external dispute resolution (EDR) services.

The approval of the broker to the organization draws several benefits to the broker’s clients including protection against capital mismanagement and biased services.

In a statement Nikolai Isayev, the COO of the Financial Commission, said: “We are pleased to welcome such an accomplished company and internationally recognized brand into our membership ranks, once again highlighting the fact that our services can benefit traders and brokers in all regions of the world,”

“We’re pleased with the approval of Pepperstone’s status as an Approved Broker Member of the Financial Commission. At Pepperstone, we’re focused on ensuring that our clients, partners, suppliers, and employees are proud to be part of an organization that is trusted, regulated, and committed to doing what’s right to improve experiences.”Tyrone Fitzgerald, the Chief Executive Officer of Pepperstone Bahamas, added.

FinCom is an independent external dispute resolution body dedicated specifically to Forex to ensure that trader’s issues are resolved in a quick, efficient, and unbiased way.

Agra Markets Take

FinCom lately welcomed Agra Markets to the organization. The contract signing took effect on 29th March 2022. The joining of Agra Markets to the organization comes with dozens of benefits. This includes but is not limited to access to convenient services and advantageous offers.

Moreover, the registered broker clients are in a position to benefit from protection for up to EUR 20,000 per the submitted complaint, backed by the Financial commission’s Compensation Fund.

The devotion of Agra Markets to their clients pushes them to join several brokers and independent service providers (ISPs) who stand in the gap of the Financial Commission.