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Forex Brokers in Poland Regulated by KNF \ PFSA

Poland KNF PFSA Regulated Forex Brokers
All the Polish Forex brokers are regulated by the ‘Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego’ (KNF), also known as the ‘Polish Financial Supervision Authority’ (PFSA), which is an independent regulatory agency founded in 2006. The activities of the KNF\PFSA are inspected by the ‘President of the Council of Ministers.’ Its supervisory power extends to all the licensed Forex brokerage firms, credit institutions, insurance firms, investment advisors, pension scheme companies, and financial organizations. The KNF\PFSA monitors the Polish financial markets as well as the banking system on a regular basis to provide a trustworthy and safe financial structure for all the investors. Here you can find Forex brokers that are regulated and registered by KNF \ PFSA of Poland.
FXTM
FXTM
Min Deposit: $5
A/C: Cent, Micro, ECN
Leverage: up to 1:1000
Spreads: Floating

Forex, CFDs, Metals, Energies, Stocks
MT4 & 5, Web, Mobile Platforms
Bank wire, Credit cards, Webmoney, Skrill, Neteller, PerfectMoney

Regulation: FCA, CySEC, IFSC
Year Founded: 2013
Headquarters: Cyprus

XM
XM
Min Deposit: $5
A/C: Micro, Standard, Zero
Leverage: up to 1:888
Spreads: Floating

Forex, CFDs, Metals, Energies, Stocks
MT4 & 5, Web, Mobile Platforms
Bank wire, Credit cards, Webmoney, Skrill, Neteller, PerfectMoney

Regulation: FCA, CySEC, ASIC
Year Founded: 2009
Headquarters: Cyprus, UK, Australia

EXNESS
EXNESS
Min Deposit: $1
A/C: Cent, Mini, Classic, ECN
Leverage: up to 1:unlimited
Spreads: Floating & Fixed

Forex, CFDs, Metals, Energies
MT4 & 5, Web, Mobile Platforms
Bank wire, Credit cards, Webmoney, FasaPay, Skrill, Neteller, PerfectMoney & more

Regulation: CySEC, FCA
Year Founded: 2008
Headquarters: Cyprus

PFSA \ KNF Regulation

The ‘Polish Financial Supervision Authority’ or ‘Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego (KNF),’ the sole public supervisory entity in all of Poland, is responsible for overseeing the financial conducts of Forex Brokers, banks, capital markets, insurance companies, credit unions, electronic monetary institutions, and pension scheme providers. The operations of PFSA is supervised by the ‘President of the Council of Ministers.’ In 2006, The PFSA, as a new and reformed regulatory body, was put in charge of supervising ‘Insurance and Pension Funds Supervision Commission,’ and ‘Polish Securities and Exchange Commission.’ Subsequently, in 2008 ‘Banking Supervision' was added to its responsibilities. The PFSA, since its establishment, has been very successful in stabilizing the banking system and the economic status of the country. The company is empowered to regulate the Polish financial markets to create a healthy atmosphere for both the financial service providers (such as Forex Brokers) and investors of all kind. The PFSA also provides educational programs for related financial activities, lays down the laws regarding the framework of the financial markets, and plays the role of a mediator between the participants of the market. The PFSA intends to make Polish market a safe, transparent and reliable investment environment for all the investors to trust the market wholeheartedly and have confidence in every aspect of their financial endeavors.

How to verify a KNF \ PFSA regulated Forex Broker:

There is an easy way to find out if a Forex Broker is regulated by the PFSA. For this purpose, go to the KNF/PFSA authorized entities/companies search page, on which there are two options to narrow down your search. The first one, ‘Categories,’ is set on ‘All’ by default which you can leave as it is and type the company name in the search box (Keyword Search) next to it. Or you can specify the categories as ‘Authorized Entities,’ ‘Branches of Foreign Entities’, etc. in which case a third category will appear for a more specific search. Once you have specified the first and second categories, you can type the name of the company in the search box and see the results. When you see the name of the company in the search results, click on it for further information.
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