Regulatory Supervision
Regulated, Trusted, Protected


Regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA)

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.

External Audit

TMGM Group has in place an external independent auditor to ensure compliance with our regulatory obligations and operational processes.


Your funds are held
only in the most
trusted bank

Custodian Australian Bank Secure Deposit of Customers’ Capitals

Fund your account easily and securely through our wide range of payment options. Your funds are held securely in Tier 1 Banks.


Protecting you above and beyond

Professional Indemnity insurance

TMGM always adheres to the "customer first" service concept and provides professional liability insurance (PI insurance) for customers while protecting the financial security of customers and meeting the common requirements of multiple regulations. The insurance company which is TMGM's partner provides TMGM customers with up to AUD 10 million in single insurance coverage.

The Financial Commission

Trademax Global Limited is a member of The Financial Commission, an international organization engaged in the resolution of disputes within the financial services industry in the Forex market. The Financial Commission is an independent external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for traders who are unable to resolve disputes directly with their financial services providers that are members of the Financial Commission and protecting every trader by Commission's Compensation Fund. (view membership)

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