Irish broker company licensed by BVI FSC

Ireland-based Forex & CFD broker company AvaTrade announced that AVA Trade Group has received regulatory approval from the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission. By this, Ava Trade becomes one of Forex & CFD brokers to operate completely investment business license by leading regulatory bodies worldwide.

It is noted in the release by AvaTrade that the application process for regulation governed by the BVI FSC is one of the most demanding and lengthy in the investment industry. AvaTrade CEO Emanuel Kronitz said in his comments: “We are enormously satisfied that after a very thorough examination of all of our policies and procedures we have been awarded this license by the BVI Financial Services Commission.

AvaTrade was founded in 2006, and now it operates as a regulated and licensed broker worldwide: Europe (licensed by Central Bank of Ireland), Australia (licensed by Australian Securities & Investments Commission), Japan (licensed by Financial Services Agency, the Financial Futures Association of Japan and Commodities Futures Association of Japan), and BVI (licensed by British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission).

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