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Ja (jad42)
Jan 28 2013 at 14:18
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Hi,

I'm a Trader based in the UK, I have Half a dozen investors who would like to invest. Is there anyway around the FSA regulations
red tape that seems so difficult to avoid ?. Can I take the operation over sea's legally ?. I'm only interested in regulated
brokers. Has anyone found a way of Managing Investors money in the UK legally without paying out a huge amount of money
to get regulated etc ?.

Thanks for help..

Ja.

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Vlad (Mars30)
Jan 28 2013 at 15:35
155 โพสต์
Hi!
the simplest way:
open an offshore company.
then, in the name of the company, open an account in forex broker!
then open PAMM.
investors do the same, but they open the investment account,
and invest in PAMM.

https://www.business-inc.co.uk/offshore-company-formation.htm
https://www.offshore-companies.co.uk/

Ja (jad42)
Jan 28 2013 at 15:49
25 โพสต์
Mars30 posted:
Hi!
the simplest way:
open an offshore company.
then, in the name of the company, open an account in forex broker!
then open PAMM.
investors do the same, but they open the investment account,
and invest in PAMM.

https://www.business-inc.co.uk/offshore-company-formation.htm
https://www.offshore-companies.co.uk/


Thanks for your reply Mars, so, just to clarify, do you mean the investor has to open an off shore company too ? or just open PAM investment account attached to the primary PAMM account ?..

Have you had experience in this Marrs ?

Thanks for your reply ....

Ja.


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Vlad (Mars30)
Jan 28 2013 at 16:00
155 โพสต์
it is a simple legal way.
since accounts opened UK citizens should follow the the FSA regulations.
and it is not always convenient.
here are easier conditions for trade.
You can easily open a PAMM account at the same Alpari NZ, or anywhere else!

Regards, Mars!

Ja (jad42)
Jan 28 2013 at 16:15
25 โพสต์
Mars30 posted:
it is a simple legal way.
since accounts opened UK citizens should follow the the FSA regulations.
and it is not always convenient.
here are easier conditions for trade.
You can easily open a PAMM account at the same Alpari NZ, or anywhere else!

Regards, Mars!


Marrs, I have been told that If the Investors are Based in the UK, it doesn't matter where in the world I am, I still
need to be FSA regulated ?, this is by a regulated UK broker ?

Cheers

Ja

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Vlad (Mars30)
Jan 28 2013 at 16:54
155 โพสต์
jad42 posted:

Marrs, I have been told that If the Investors are Based in the UK, it doesn't matter where in the world I am, I still
need to be FSA regulated ?, this is by a regulated UK broker ?

Cheers

Ja


'since accounts opened UK citizens SHOULD ONLY follow the the FSA regulations.'

Simply:
You have to pay taxes, anywhere, but pay!
Offshore company don't have to follow the FSA regulations (unless required by offshore jurisdiction.) 😉😄😎

Gary Sharp myfxpt com
myfxpt
Feb 03 2013 at 21:20
345 โพสต์
jad42 posted:
Mars30 posted:
it is a simple legal way.
since accounts opened UK citizens should follow the the FSA regulations.
and it is not always convenient.
here are easier conditions for trade.
You can easily open a PAMM account at the same Alpari NZ, or anywhere else!

Regards, Mars!


Marrs, I have been told that If the Investors are Based in the UK, it doesn't matter where in the world I am, I still
need to be FSA regulated ?, this is by a regulated UK broker ?

Cheers

Ja


That's right! Just like in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Japan, and other jurisdictions with 'credible' regulation, if you provide advice and/or financial management services to clients within one of these jurisdiction then you too are captured by those same regulations.

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