National Futures Association

Spotlight on: Glenn Stevens, Gain Capital

The retail broker’s chief executive talks to Farah Khalique about the changing nature of retail foreign exchange, the advent of tighter leverage limits in the US and Japan, and Gain Capital’s recent acquisition of dbFX from Deutsche Bank

Retail FX platforms braced for further consolidation

The FDIC last week unveiled proposed margin requirements for retail FX transactions in the US in the latest sign of a clampdown on the retail segment of the industry. How is regulation changing the shape of retail FX? Farah Khalique reports

Retail brokers slammed by NFA

Gain Capital and Ikon Global Markets have been fined by the US National Futures Association (NFA) for practices that put clients at a disadvantage.

Retail brokers evolve to meet regulation

NEW YORK - Retail brokers in the US continue to shape up internal business practices to abide by best practices introduced by industry regulator the National Futures Association (NFA).

Gain responds to NFA complaint

BEDMINSTER, NJ - Glenn Stevens, chief executive at New York-based Gain Capital, sent a letter to partners in response to extensive complaints filed against him and the company by US industry regulator the National Futures Association (NFA).

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