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Posted by on Feb 13, 2014 in Binary Options Regulation | 0 comments

CIOTEXPO 2014 Shanghai China

ciotexpo 2014 shanghai

China International Online Trading Expo 2014

May 9-10, 2014

Shanghai Pudong Expo Center, China

Organized by Eastpearl Group

Official website: www.ciotexpo.com

As China’s economy is growing rapidly, China has been a hot market for many brokers around the world.

China International Online Trading Expo is now China and Asia’s biggest and most professional  forex and option trading expo. We provide a platform for brokers to establish new networking links with introducing brokers and meet new qualified investors in China. We are always to merge expo, conference, trading education, award presentation, business networking and dinner with Chinese IBs and other financial institutions to maximize your brand reputation in China.

The 2014 China International Online Trading Expo (CIOTEXPO), which is paralleled with Forex Conference and Award Presentation is going to be held on 9-10 May, 2014 at Shanghai Pudong Expo Center, China.

Organized by Eastpearl Group, CIOTEXPO has been an exclusive place for brokers to meet their growing marketing demands. Previous exhibitors and sponsors in CIOTEXPO included Alpari, Ikon Group, IronFX, MIG Bank, Dukascopy Bank, Interactive Brokers, Axitrader, Commexfx, Tradency, PFSoft, MarketsPulse, Fxgrow etc. .

More than 100 brokers and 80,000 attendees will be expected in the coming expo. And 2014 CIOTEXPO will target at several issues such as trading signals, money management, binary options, social trading, technology innovation, trading education. There will be famous analysts, experts, CEOs, media representatives from both home and abroad to share their insightful ideas with visitors.

CIOTEXPO has become an ideal place to discuss the latest trends in online trading. Welcome to join us and start your business in China. For more information, please come to the organizer by email: darcylin@ciotexpo.com or tel: +86-755-36949770.

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Posted by on Jun 9, 2013 in Binary Options Regulation | 1 comment

SEC and CFTC charge Banc De Binary with lawsuit and injunction

SEC-logoIt looks like Banc De Binary have finally stepped on the wrong toes.  Over the weekend the SEC filed an injunction against Banc De Binary for soliciting binary options trading from US customers without a license to do so. The SEC acknowledges that the CFTC is helping them with this case. In parallel the CFTC also announced filing of civil charges against Banc De Binary for the same thing.

The SEC is seeking an immediate injunction and financial penalties from Banc De Binary, you can read the full release here. While the CFTC is suing BDB in federal civil court also seeking damages, restitution and immediate injunction – read the CFTC announcement here.

 

Is this the end of Banc De Binary?

CFTC-logoOnly time will tell if Banc De Binary can survive this much Federal attention but the lesson is clear. Aggressively targeting US customers, lying about regulation and then using the CFTC and SEC names in press releases without permission or accuracy can only lead to trouble. It seems that the SEC has collected a lot of very specific information already from traders about their experience from traders. Even BDB has officially stopped accepting US traders, it looks like it may be too little too late.

 

What does this mean for Binary Options Regulation?

It’s very early to judge the fallout from this but a lot depends on other brokers’ reactions and what the SEC and CFTC decide to do after they’ve finished with Banc De Binary. There is a good analysis of the implications and news here if you want to follow it. We will all have to wait and see but it’s obvious that BDB’s action have not helped the industry at large.

A joint SEC and CFTC consumer alert was also released this weekend for US traders to be aware of binary options scams and to pay attention to broker regulations when trading.

 

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