The European agency IFCA provides the following services
We work with violations of regulatory legislation and provide asset protection, legal assistance services and act as an authoritative regulator in the market.
OPENING OF COMPANIES IN OFFSHORE
We provide services for the opening of any companies in the offshore. We have a lot of options for your activity and niche.
REGISTRATION OF EUROPEAN COMPANIES
We can register your company in any country or region you need. We have partners in almost all European countries.
OPENING OF FOREIGN BANK ACCOUNTS WORLDWIDE
Opening accounts for businesses and individuals in foreign banks with a good reputation. We are a partner of 170 banks worldwide.
LEGAL FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS CONSULTING
Providing a range of services in auditing, legal, consulting and other activities.
ASSISTANCE IN OBTAINING LICENSES
Assistance in obtaining licenses for brokerage firms, payment systems, online casinos, Forex and other licenses.
Investing, asset and capital management, real estate and construction, IPO. Having a staff of experienced lawyers and specialists in these issues.
IFCA is a comprehensive supervision of the banking, insurance and securities sectors, and it provides financial stability in the largest financial market in continental Europe. Its center is located in Frankfurt am Main, where the European Central Bank, the SSM Common Supervision Mechanism and the European Insurance Supervisory Authority and the EIOPA pension fund are also located.
- We are an independent government body.
- We are fully funded by regulated firms, removing the fee from them.
- We are accountable to the Treasury, which is responsible for the UK financial system, and to Parliament.
Years on the market
How International Financial Conduct Authority treats your complaint
International Financial Conduct Authority
is considering complaints in several stages
First, it will check if you provide it. If not, IFCA clarifies facts facts. This is a matter of concern for the opinion of the company. In most cases, IFCA sends your letter to a controlled company.
The company reports to International Financial Conduct Authority in detail and explains the reasons for its decision.
If the audit indicates that the company's decision is not undesirable from a supervisory point of view, International Financial Conduct Authority will notify you of this.
If it turns out that IFCA should intervene as a supervisory authority, it will continue to deal with the relevant company. However, International Financial Conduct Authority cannot inform you about the outcome of this dispute, as this is a confidentiality obligation.