The financial services license held by Kohle Capital Markets Ltd is regulated by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission.
The Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC) is a comprehensive regulatory agency for the non-bank financial services sector and global business. FSC was established in 2001 and carries out its mandate under the 2007 "Financial Services Act". The 2005 "Securities Act", the 2005 "Insurance Act" and the 2012 "Private Pension Plan Act" enable it to permit and supervise the business activities in these industries. Supervision. Our vision is to "become an internationally recognized financial supervisor, committed to the sustainable development of Mauritius as a sound and competitive financial service centre".
KCM Trade is subject to Mauritius FSC supervision, and it provides customers with a variety of account types.
Client funds are deposited in segregated accounts opened with Major banks. Kohle follows strict Clients' Fund Management Practices.
KCM Trade uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) network security protocol to ensure the security of the data shared and communication between the company and its customers. The SSL technology protects both parties and ensures the security and privacy of our customers' information when trading through us.
KCM Trade accounts that hold customer funds are audited every year by BDO, an internationally renowned audit firm, to ensure that the processing of customer funds complies with global financial service standards.