ZuluTrade is now removed from CySEC’s warning list as it was “inadvertently” listed

January 18, 2017

ZuluTrade provides financial services to European regions.

ZuluTrade is now removed from CySEC’s warning list as it was “inadvertently” listed

On 17th January, CySEC has announced the list of Forex brokers which were removed from the latest warning list document titled as “Waning regarding unauthorized domains/websites”.

The regulator mentions that their names were “inadvertently included” and now these Forex brokers are officially welcome by CySEC to provide financial services across European regions.

The statement includes other 3 Forex brokers which are Admiral Markets, YesFX and AAFX as below.

ZuluTrade is a “Social & Copy trading platform provider”, managed by “Triple A Experts”. It is a CIF(Cyprus Investment Firm) which maintains both domains www.aaafx.com and www.zulutrade.com.

The company is regulated and authorized to provide financial services under supervision of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission for the provision of investment services and provides cross-border investment services in Cyprus.

HCMC is a supervisor of financial corporate in Athens, Greece.

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You can find the official statement of CySEC regarding to this change in the below PDF.

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