In order to protect invested funds, a professional trader should select a company for long-term
partnership by considering not only the company's specific trading environment, but most importantly, the existence of documents confirming
that the company's operations comply with the relevant country's legal requirements, as well as internationally recognized financial standards.
Licensed by CySEC
CySEC monitors the activities of companies rendering financial services to ensure their compliance with the laws and regulations of the
Republic of Cyprus and the European Union. IQOPTION EUROPE LTD. holds License No. 247/14, issued by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange
Commission, an independent public oversight agency responsible for regulating the investment services market in Cyprus.
IQOPTION EUROPE LTD is licensed and regulated in Cyprus, a European Economic Area (EEA) country which
allows us to offer certain products and services to other countries. You can find us in the below registers:
In register of FCA
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a financial regulatory body in the
United Kingdom, which operates independently of the UK government, and is financed by charging fees to members of the financial
services industry. FCA regulates financial companies providing services to consumers and maintains the integrity of the UK’s
The Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB) is the public authority responsible for regulating the Italian
financial markets. The purpose of the activities of CONSOB is to protect the investing public. The agency reliably maintains its authority
and competence to that end, conducting investigations into potential infringements, insider dealing, and market manipulation. Search for
the registration number below for more info.
The National Securities Market Commission (Comisión Nacional del Mercado
de Valores, CNMV) is a Spanish government agency responsible for the financial regulation of the securities markets in Spain.
It is an independent agency that falls under the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Spain. The aim of CNMV is to ensure stability
and transparency of financial markets, protect investors and make sure that brokers and intermediaries behave correctly.
The Financial Agents Register (Regafi) lists all companies, French or foreign,
that have been granted authorisations to operate in France by the ACPR. It also lists the agents of French payment institutions,
operating either in France or in other States party to the agreement on the European Economic Area.In addition, the Financial
Agents Register lists companies to which the ACPR has granted an authorisation to conduct banking activities in Monaco.
The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (Autoriteit Financiële Markten,
AFM) is the body responsible for regulating financial markets in the Netherlands. This includes regulating the behavior of all parties
involved with the savings, loans, investment and insurance markets, as well as all organizations that provide and issue financial products,
including stock exchanges. AFM goals are to ensure smooth operation of the financial markets and to make them more accessible.
The Financial Supervision Authority (EST: Finantsinspektsioon) is a financial
regulator in Estonia. One of its main functions is to ensure that financial institutions fulfill their obligations to customers.
In addition, the FSA deals with systemic risks in the financial sector, contributes to Estonia's financial stability, and fights
The Czech National Bank (Česká národní banka, ČNB) is the central bank and financial market supervisor in the Czech Republic.
In accordance with its primary objective, the CNB determines monetary policy, issues banknotes and coins and manages the circulation
of currency, the payment system and settlement between banks. It also performs supervision of the banking sector, the capital market,
the insurance industry, pension funds, credit unions and electronic money institutions.