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KERN Private Capital is registered in St. Vincent & the Grenadine as an International Business Company.
The objects of the company are all subject matters not forbidden by International Business Companies (Amendment and Consolidation) Act, Chapter 149 of the Revised Laws of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 2009, in particular but not exclusively all commercial, financial, lending, borrowing, trading, service activities and the participation in other enterprises as well as to provide brokerage, training and managed account services in currencies, commodities, indexes, CFDs and leveraged financial instruments.
Kern Private Capital Limited is authorized and regulated by Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) as an MSB registrant with the registration number 31000172868119.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is a government bureau that maintains a network whose goal is to prevent and punish criminals and criminal networks that participate in money laundering and other financial crimes. FinCEN, administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, operates domestically and internationally, and it consists of three major players—law-enforcement agencies, the regulatory community, and the financial-services community.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) prevents and punishes money laundering and related financial crimes. This department also tracks suspicious persons and activity by researching mandatory disclosures for financial institutions.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia’s corporate regulator. ASIC’s role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC was established on 1 July 1998 following recommendations from the Wallis Inquiry. ASIC’s authority and scope is determined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act, 2001
ASIC maintains Australia’s company and business name registers, which can be searched online. The types of organisations that can be searched online include companies, registered bodies, foreign companies, associations, managed investment schemes and non-registered entities. The information that is available includes current and/or historical information about the organisation, including past addresses, previous directors, and former names, as well as the organisation’s unique identification number (ABN, ACN, ARBN, ARSN), type of company or organisation (e.g., proprietary company, limited by shares), date it was registered, the next review date, location of registered office (town or suburb only), and any professional licences or registrations (e.g. an Australian financial services licence or credit licence).
Account registered 1 hour ago…
Again, I dont think Kern Private Capital is the issue. It’s whoever is behind this account, who knows he may just be using someone else’s investor password.
Whoever it is behind the account is extremely dodgy, to feel the need to register new accounts daily in order to leave positive comments on this post says enough.
alexfoster posted: Did anyone ever get started with this?
Looking to purchase the EA tomorrow!
Nowadays, no broker has a problem without a license generate their own results that are not connected to the market. When you buy something search for terms and guarantees and the possibility of payment only via PayPal and Credit card. This is the only way to get money to back in case of fraud.
AVERTISSEMENT SUR LE RISQUE ÉLEVÉ : Le trading de devises comporte un niveau de risque élevé qui peut ne pas convenir à tous les investisseurs.
Leffet de levier crée un risque supplémentaire et une exposition aux pertes. Avant de décider de négocier des devises, examinez attentivement vos objectifs dinvestissement, votre niveau dexpérience et votre tolérance au risque.
Vous pourriez perdre une partie ou la totalité de votre investissement initial. Ninvestissez pas largent que vous ne pouvez pas vous permettre de perdre. Renseignez-vous sur les risques associés au trading de devises et demandez conseil à un conseiller financier ou fiscal indépendant si vous avez des questions.
Toutes les données et informations sont fournies "en létat", uniquement à titre dinformation, et ne sont pas destinées à des fins de trading ou de recommandation.
Les performances passées ne sont pas indicatives des résultats futurs.