Quadcode Markets: IQ Option-sister FX broker secures license in Bahamas

Quadcode Markets is also licensed to provide FX and CFD brokerage services in Australia (ASIC) and Europe (CySEC).

Quadcode Markets has achieved a significant milestone by acquiring a trading license in the Bahamas. This development marks a crucial step in the company’s strategy to expand its global presence and enhance its commitment to compliance and security for its users.

The Bahamas trading license enables Quadcode Markets to offer a more effective and comprehensive range of financial instruments and services, tailored to meet the diverse needs of its traders.

Quadcode Markets is also regulated by ASIC and CySEC

Quadcode Markets is the trade name of High Tech Invest Ltd, a financial service firm with license number SIA-F219 that is authorized and regulated by the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB) and registered in the Bahamas under Company No. 203327B.

The same CFD brokerage brand is also regulated in Australia under the entity Quad Code AU Ltd., ACN 131 376 415, an Australian Financial Services Licensee (number 327075) licensed by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).

In Europe, Quadcode Markets shares the same CySEC license with IQ Option, an FX and CFD brokerage brand that is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Registered as IQOption Europe Limited, the broker is authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) under license no. 247/14.

Quadcode offers over 300 CFD products and Negative Balance Protection

Founded in 2021, the firm specializes in various trading options, including forex, commodities, indices, and cryptocurrencies. It offers clients access to over 300 assets via CFDs, catering to a wide range of trading preferences and styles.

QCM’s main highlight includes its proprietary Traderoom, which is intuitive, ergonomic, and offers cross-platform trading with multi-chart display, popular indicators and analytical tools.

Quadcode Markets also prioritizes risk management and provides Negative Balance Protection (NBP) to better manage trades. With NBP in place, traders are able to better manage their losses. This feature may shield traders from incurring substantial losses during periods of market volatility.