National Futures Association
NFA is the only regulatory agency for US foreign exchange brokers, which means that all US foreign exchange brokers must obtain its license and be subject to its regulator. At the same time, the US Congress also requires other financial companies (including SWAP dealers, hedge fund managers, signal service providers and all other similar financial entities) to be regulated by the NFA. Currently, according to NFA regulations, there are more than 4,200 companies and 55,000 employees, which means that they must comply with the same high standards of professional conduct.
NFA Pending Member
NFA PENDING indicated that the company is an applicant for CFTC registration and/or NFA membership. It also stated that the NFA authorities have conducted a thorough company background investigation on BAYBANNFA, and BAYBANNFA has been successfully promoted to the review status and became a member of the NFA PENDING status (NFA PENDING). Under the comprehensive regulator of NFA, BAYBANNFA's recognition and international development have taken a step forward, and it is bound to be more recognized by global investors!
It is an industry-wide self-regulatory organization for the U.S. derivatives industry. The NFA, designated by the CFTC as a registered futures association, works every day to maintain the integrity of the derivatives market, protect investors and ensure that members perform their supervisory duties.
Congratulations to BAYBANNFA for its successful promotion to
(NFA PENDING) review status as a member financial license