Exness joins Financial Commission for External Dispute Resolution

Rick Steves

Exness has become the latest approved Member of the Financial Commission highlighting the increased interest and demand for independent external dispute resolution (EDR) services among FX industry participants.

Exness has joined the Financial Commission as its newest approved Member, thus allowing the company and its customers access a wide range of services and membership benefits including, but not limited to, protection of up to €20,000 per client, backed by the EDR’s compensation fund.

The Financial Commission is an independent external dispute resolution (EDR) that provides services to CFDs, foreign exchange (forex), and cryptocurrency markets industry participants.

Exness is a renowned FX broker who turned multi-asset, offering precious metals, cryptocurrencies, commodities, indices, and stocks.

The sheer popularity of the Commission’s EDR programme among the FX industry has seen trading firms lining up to obtain the status of an Approved Broker Member of the Financial Commission.

Exness is the latest online brokerage to join the ranks of the self-regulatory organization in order to benefit from the 3rd party mediation platform which helps resolve complaints in instances when parties are unable to directly come to an agreement over disputes.

Brokerages and independent service providers (ISPs) utilize the services of the self-regulatory organization to obtain a simpler, swifter resolution process than through typical regulatory channels such as arbitration or local court systems.

About Exness

Exness is a leading global multi-asset broker, offering FX currency pairs, precious metals, cryptocurrencies, commodities, indices and stocks, under excellent trading conditions. With a legacy in the fintech industry spanning over a decade, Exness is the go-to broker for anyone looking to benefit from the world of online trading, whether they are making their first steps or looking to expand and diversify their current portfolio. Founded on the pillars of trust, transparency, integrity and innovation, Exness offers a gateway to the financial markets that is second to none.

For more information about Exness, contact them directly.

About Financial Commission

Financial Commission is an independent external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for consumers/traders who are unable to resolve disputes directly with their financial services providers that are members of the Financial Commission. The Financial Commission initially set out to provide a new approach for traders and brokers alike to resolve any issues that arise in the course of trading electronic markets such as Foreign Exchange, and then expanded into CFDs and related derivatives, in addition to certifying technology platforms used for trading.

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