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Forex Brokers in New Zealand | FMA regulation

Forex brokers in New Zealand are regulated by the country’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA). Although New Zealand is not known as a particularly popular jurisdiction for forex brokers, some brokers still use the country as a base for their Asia-Pacific activities. In addition to serving overseas clients, having a forex broker in New Zealand is also beneficial for serving local New Zealand forex traders.

New Zealand is a politically stable country with a strong legal framework based on English common law. It is therefore safe for traders to trade with New Zealand-registered forex brokers, and most brokers operating there are well-capitalized companies. In the unlikely event that any kind of dispute occurs between a forex broker in New Zealand and a trader, the trader is free to file a complaint with the Financial Markets Authority.

PF Derivatives PF Derivatives (1999) Leverage: up to 1:300 Deposit: from 5 USD Spreads:  low  low Location: New Zealand Instruments: Currencies Indices Metals Energies Platforms: MetaTrader 4 Wire Transfer Credit Cards Skrill UnionPay iDeal Poli Giropay Key To Markets Key To Markets (2010) Leverage: up to 1:500 Deposit: from 100 USD Spreads:  mid  mid Location: New Zealand UK UAE Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Softs Stocks Bonds Platforms: MetaTrader 4 Wire Transfer Credit Cards Skrill Neteller UnionPay CMC Markets CMC Markets (1989) Leverage: up to 1:500 * Deposit: from 200 USD Spreads:  low  low Location: Australia New Zealand Canada UK Singapore Instruments: Currencies Indices Metals Energies Softs Stocks Bonds ETFs Interest Rates Platforms: Web Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards Poli
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