Financial Services Authority (FSA)
The independent agency responsible for regulating finance industry providers within Great Britain. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) was empowered to perform its regulatory role to increase market confidence and stability, protect consumers and reduce crime by the financial services and Markets Act of 2000, and it is funded by the financial services firms that it regulates, that include online forex brokers operating within the UK.
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