All the Dutch Forex Brokers are regulated and licensed by ‘Autoriteit Financiële Markten’ (AFM) which stands for ‘the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets,’ a self-reliant financial conduct regulatory body founded in 2002. The AFM sees to it that Financial Markets are fair and transparent in their practices by inspecting the Forex Brokerage Firms, Insurance Providers, Credit Institutions, Investment Advisors, Stock Markets and all the related organizations that fall under this category. The AFM works side by side the De Nederlandsche Bank and is supervised by the Minister of Finance. The AFM also collaborates with several European regulatory authorities regarding Euronext, which is a cross-border stock exchange. Here you can find the complete list of AFM regulated Forex Brokers.