Security at Worldwide Currencies

We take security extremely seriously by adhering to the FCA requirement to ‘Maintain a defined level of capital at all times’ to cover the operational cost of the company as well as ‘Safeguard client funds’.

When paying for a trade, all funds are internally segregated and held securely within a client account at one of our banking providers.

Regulatory information

We are certified by the following institutions.

Worldwide Currencies Limited is fully authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (registration 525361) for the provision of payment services. Also registered MSB with HM Revenue & Customs (registration 12242572) and members of the IAMTN (International Association of Money Transfer Networks)

Security of Funds

At Worldwide Currencies we adhere to the FCA requirement to ‘Maintain a defined level of capital at all times’ to cover the operational cost of the company as well as ‘Safeguard client funds (by segregating client funds from those of the company)’, meaning a client’s funds are used for their trade alone and therefore are secured against the risk of loss.

When paying for a trade all funds are internally segregated and held securely within a client account at one of our banking providers. This means we can easily reconcile the accounts, trace funds, ensure company and client funds are definably separated and limit risk to both Worldwide Currencies and the customer.

Insurance

Worldwide Currencies have up to £5,000,000 cover each for Direct Financial Loss, Civil Liability, and Directors and Officers Liability Insurance with Liberty International Underwriters.

Data protection

Worldwide Currencies operate under the General Data Protection Act (GDPR) and hold any personal data in accordance with the principles of that act.

Personal data shall be obtained only for specified and lawful purposes.

Online security

Worldwide Currencies uses a VeriSign service. Your private information is secure using SSL encryption before transmission.

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