At trade.Berry we want our clients to feel comfortable above all. As a CySEC -licensed and regulated investment firm we are committed to meeting all compliance requirements.
A CySEC regulated investment firm complies with strict requirements regarding safeguarding and reporting of customers’ funds. Customer’s funds are always segregated from the company funds and can never be used for operational expenses.
Moreover, settlement of customer’s trading results is done periodically, reported to and monitored by CySEC. Finally the investment firm has no right or legal mean to use customers’ funds. For further information, check CySEC’s rules and regulations.
tradeberry.com is a trading name owned and operated by R Capital Solutions Ltd., HE 329922, licensed by CySec, 246/14
trade.Berry complies with the new MiFID II policies that took effect in January 2018. The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) 2004/39/EC provides harmonised regulation for provision of investment services across 31 member states of the EEA. Among the main objectives of the Directive are to increase consumer protection and ensure companies are run in a fair, just and professional manner, and always have the client’s best interest at heart.
R Capital Solutions Ltd is a member of the Investor Compensation Fund (ICF).
The ICF came into being in 2002, in line with the Investment Firms Law of 2002 and the European Directive 93/22/EC. Cyprus Investment Firms (CIFs) are obliged to participate in the Investor Compensation Fund as part of their regulatory requirements. The objective of the Fund is to secure any claims of covered clients against members of the Fund, and to compensate them for any claims arising either from an inability of a member of the Fund to fulfill its obligations, or from any wrongdoing on the part of the member of the Fund. The ICF insures customer deposits up to €20,000 per client.
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