SCB is the Securities Commission of The Bahamas responsible for regulating and overseeing investment funds, securities and the capital markets. The Securities Commission of The Bahamas’s mission is to effectively oversee and regulate the activities of securities and the capital markets, to protect investors while strengthening public and institutional confidence in the integrity of those markets.
Segregation of Client Funds
When funding your trading account client funds are held in client segregated trust accounts at Australian Banks, National Australia Bank (NAB) and Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA). IC Markets complies with the Australian Client Money Handling Rules and employs strict policies and procedures regarding the maintenance and operation of these accounts.
In accordance with the SCB AML regulations, IC Markets International has in place policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the law. These policies and procedures are designed to prevent money laundering activities from occurring. IC Markets International Anti-Money Laundering policy outlines the documents that you must provide us before opening an account.
IC Markets Ltd registered in The Bahamas with Company number 76823 C, trading as IC Markets International, regulated by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas with license number: SIA-F214.