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BDSwiss Expands its Global Presence by Acquiring FSA Seychelles License

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As part of its global expansion efforts, BDSwiss is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new regulatory license under the Seychelles Financial Services Authority.

BDSwiss Group has been operating under different entities regulated by internationally accredited financial supervisory authorities since 2013, including the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), the Financial Services Commission (FSC – Mauritius) and most recently, the Financial Services Authority (FSA – Seychelles) under its newly-registered entity BDS Ltd.

Reflecting the Group’s commitment to continue on its current trajectory of expansion and growth, the decision to acquire an FSA license comes in an effort to ensure even broader regulatory supervision in new markets. Providing a transparent trading environment and even greater security to clients across different markets including South-East Asia, South Africa, Middle East and Latin America; BDSwiss FSA entity will enable clients from these regions to access world-class trading services via its dedicated official domain – which is already live and fully operational. 

About the FSA 
Following a specific set of regulatory guidelines that are developed under the Financial Services Authority Act of 2013, the FSA is responsible for the licensing, supervision, and development of the non-bank financial services industry of Seychelles.

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