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What Is A Counter Currency?
What Is A Counter Currency?
Counter Currency Definition. A Counter Currency is the second listed currency in a currency pair, often referred to as the “Quote” currency. Dealing in currenci...
FAQs&Tips8 hours ago
What Is A Closed Position?
What Is A Closed Position?
Closed Position Definition. A Closed Position in a currency is one where any risk exposure in the foreign currency has been eliminated. The process to close a p...
FAQs&Tips2 days ago
CNMV
CNMV
The National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) is the body responsible for the supervision and inspection of Spanish securities markets and the activity of al...
Regulatory Authorities5 days ago
CBI
CBI
Prior to 2010, all Irish financial entities were regulated by the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority. However, in 2011, a new regulatory body was est...
Regulatory Authorities5 days ago
What Is A Day Trader?
What Is A Day Trader?
Day Trader Definition. A Day Trader is a speculator who takes positions in stocks, commodities or currencies that are then liquidated prior to the close of the...
FAQs&Tips5 days ago
What Is The Clearing House Interbank Payment System?
What Is The Clearing House Interbank Payment System?
Clearing House Interbank Payment System Definition – The Clearing House Interbank Payment System, commonly referred to as CHIPS, is a privately owned funds tran...
FAQs&Tips6 days ago
FSCA
FSCA
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is the market conduct regulator of financial institutions, that provide financial products and financial services,...
Regulatory Authorities1 weeks ago (04-02)
What Is A Capital Account?
What Is A Capital Account?
Capital Account Definition – The Capital Account is one of three primary components of a country’s Balance of Payments, the others being the Current Account and...
FAQs&Tips1 weeks ago (04-02)
NBRB
NBRB
The National Bank of the Republic of Belarus(NBRB) is the central bank of Belarus, located in the capital city, Minsk. The bank was created in 1922 under the na...
Regulatory Authorities1 weeks ago (03-31)
BDF
BDF
The Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution(ACPR) is charged with preserving the stability of the financial system and protecting the customers, insura...
Regulatory Authorities1 weeks ago (03-31)
What Is The Clearing House Automated Payment System?
What Is The Clearing House Automated Payment System?
Clearing House Automated Payment System Definition – The Clearing House Automated Payment System, commonly referred to as CHAPS, is the real-time gross settleme...
FAQs&Tips2 weeks ago (03-29)
What Is A Call Option?
What Is A Call Option?
Call Option Definition – A Call Option, often simply labeled a “Call”, is a contract in which the Buyer has the right but not the obligation to purchase a parti...
FAQs&Tips2 weeks ago (03-27)
BaFin
BaFin
Prior to 2002, in Germany the regulation of the financial industry was undertaken by three separate agencies. In May 2002 BaFin was formed, following the passin...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-26)
SCB
SCB
The Securities Commission of The Bahamas (“the Commission”)(SCB) is a statutory body established in 1995 pursuant to the Securities Board Act, 1995. That Act ha...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-26)
DFSA
DFSA
The Dubai Funancial Service Authority (DFSA) isthe indepentent regulator of financial services conducted in or from the DIFC, a purpose-built financial free zon...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-26)
What Is Clearing?
What Is Clearing?
Clearing Definition. Clearing is an integral part of the overall settlement process that creates the funds that are freely available for further trading. After...
FAQs&Tips2 weeks ago (03-26)
MFSA
MFSA
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is the single regulator of financial services in Malta established on 23 July 2002 through the Act of Parliament (...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-25)
CIMA
CIMA
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA)was established as a body corporate under the Monetary Authority Law on 1 January 1997. CIMA is created from the mer...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-25)
What Is Cable?
What Is Cable?
Cable Definition – Cable is forex jargon often used among currency traders when referring to the British Pound (GBP) or the Sterling/US Dollar exchange rate. Th...
FAQs&Tips2 weeks ago (03-25)
FSA
FSA
The Seychelles Financial Services Authority(FSA) is an autonomous regulatory body responsible for the non-bank financial services in Seychelles. Established und...
Regulatory Authorities2 weeks ago (03-24)
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