Australian Securities and Investment Commission
ASIC (Australian Securities and Investment Commission) is an independent government body with a role to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws. Their focus is to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. As one of the top-level regulators in the world, ASIC dedicates itself to maintaining market integrity and protecting consumers’ rights and interests. AFSL: 436416
Financial Markets Authority
The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is the New Zealand government agency responsible for enforcing securities, financial reporting and company law as they apply to financial services and securities markets. It also regulates securities exchanges, financial advice providers and client money or property services, auditors, trustees and issuers, etc. Trademax Global Markets (NZ) Limited has a Derivatives Issuer License (FSP 569807) issued by the Financial Markets Authority.
Vanuatu Financial Services Commission
Vanuatu Financial License is issued by VFSC (Vanuatu Financial Services Commission). The VFSC was set up to regulate the banking and financial services in Vanuatu with the support of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu. VFSC Financial License supports diversified trading services such as remittance, payment, Forex trading, bulk commodities, securities trading and financial consultation. The VFSC financial license has gained a lot interest by the global Forex industry. No. 40356
TMGM Group has in place an external independent auditor to ensure compliance with our regulatory obligations and operational processes.