A HIGHLY REGULATED COMPANY
ASIC Regulation means you can trust us
There are dozens of Binary options brokers across the globe, but only a few are fully regulated and are trust-worthy providers of the service.
The majority of brokers are based out of countries with very loose regulatory criteria that allow people with very little capital to start up Binary options brokerages, meaning that when under financial duress these brokers may resort to using trader capital to operate their businesses.
Lax regulation may also permit Brokers to make it difficult for a trader to withdraw their funds when needed.
Conversely, HighLow are regulated by ASIC (the Australian Securities and Investment Commission), a rigourous and internationally-respected government body who ensure that HighLow meets the most stringent of criteria in order to provide Binary options broking services.
…The majority of brokers are based out of countries with very loose regulatory criteria that allow people with very little capital to start up Binary options brokerages…
ASIC ensures that HighLow:
- segregates client funds so that those funds cannot be touched
- has large insurance policies to protect traders against broker collapse
- has high net tangible assets
- staff are certified and trained to provide general, informed advice
- Directors and Key Persons have years of experience in the industry
Client Money Protection
Client Money is segregated from those of Highlow Markets Pty Ltd (HighLow) and all money is held on behalf of clients in a Client Money Trust Account with National Australia Bank (NAB), an AA-rated top-tier bank.
HighLow does not initiate speculative positions and has no exposure to third parties.
…all money is held on behalf of clients in Client Money Trust Accounts with National Australia Bank (NAB)…
You can trust HighLow because:
- all Client Money is held in segregated Client Money Trust Accounts
- all Client Money is held in an AA-rated top-tier bank
- HighLow does not initiate speculative positions in the market
- HighLow has no positional exposure to third parties