CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 68% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider.
You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 68% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider.
You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Legal Documentation

RTS 27 – Quality of Execution:

Publishing our quality of execution under the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 of 8 June 2016, Regulatory Technical Standard (RTS) 27, we adhere to our obligation of enabling the public and investors to evaluate the quality of our firm’s execution practices by publication of valuable information about how and where the firm has executed client orders. It is important that these reports allow for a robust comparison between different firms and also to enable comparison of performance over time. Therefore, ESMA considers it suitable for firms to keep each report available in the public domain for a minimum period of two years.

This disclosure is be made in line with Articles 3 to 8 of RTS 27, and in the format specified in Tables 1 to 9 of the Annex to that document. These reports will be produced quarterly, based on calendar quarters, with the report to be published no later than 3 months after the quarter end date.

Information is published in a machine-readable format and will be made available for members of the public via our website. Clients will be able to download in Excel format which will enable searching, sorting and analysing of the data. The reports will remain in the public domain for a period of at least 2 years.

These reports can be found below:

Class of InstrumentAll Classes (FX, Indicies and Commodities)
Client TypeRetail Clients
Notification if < 1 average trade per business day in the previous yearN
Top five execution venues ranked in terms of trading volumes (descending order)Venue LEIProportion of volume traded as a percentage of total in that classProportion of orders executed as a percentage of total in that classPercentage of passive ordersPercentage of aggressive ordersPercentage of directed orders
IS Prime Limited549300F62BRRDZKCUZ5834.31%38.79%0.00%0.00%0.00%
Hantec Markets (Australia) Pty Limited2138005UV993RK5NUH7333.13%40.46%0.00%0.00%0.00%
Sucden Financial Limited213800W2XOTEIWVRS82315.40%5.98%0.00%0.00%0.00%
H&E Limited213800T1FUTJV3AAYW5510.49%9.16%0.00%0.00%0.00%
Hantec Markets Limited213800BKZJJXCMAN9Z433.66%2.99%0.00%0.00%0.00%

At Hantec Markets we consider the execution factors of price, costs, speed and likelihood of execution when assessing the quality of execution. Dependant on the client’s trading style, the products the client trades and the method of their trading, we may consider using specific liquidity providers which are most suited to the client’s profile. For example, one liquidity provider may not offer a product a client wishes to trade, and therefore we use an alternative provider when offering the client pricing.

Whilst Hantec Markets Ltd is independently managed, we are part of the Hantec Group. As part of this group of companies we are majority owned by Hantec (UK) Incorporated. There is no conflict of interest caused by this majority ownership and this has no impact with respect to any execution venues used to execute orders.

Hantec Markets have no specific arrangement with any execution venues regarding payments made or received, discounts, rebates or non-monetary benefits received. There have been no changes to the list of execution venues listed in the firm’s execution policy. Regardless of how a client is classified with Hantec Markets, should it be retail or professional, the order execution quality see no differential between the classifications. As the statistics show, the quality of execution in terms of speed, cost, price and likelihood of execution is in line with our high expectations.

In line with our Execution Policy, we apply price, cost, speed and likelihood of execution, and quantity as the criteria to which we give precedence above all others when we assess quality of execution. Should a client wish to trade a particular product that requires us to use an alternative provider, we will continue to act in line with our quality of execution assessment.

In order to produce this information we have integrated our price and execution data to an analytical software system that analyses all our trades and execution factors against the underlying market price at that time to ensure our assessment of execution quality is in line with our expectation, client expectation and our Execution Policy.

Risk Disclosure

This website has been produced by Hantec Markets Limited (‘HML’) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Commission [License Number: C114013940]

Warning: demo platform

The virtual funds available via your demo platform allow you to familiarize yourself with our trading platforms, and any gains or losses incurred while trading in a demo environment are not suggestive of results you may achieve when trading on a live platform. Access to your demo platform is only valid for 30 days, which will be automatically terminated thereafter. You will however be able to trade in a live environment once your account has been opened and funded.

Warning: internet trading risks

There are risks associated with using an internet trading system. These include, but are not limited to: error in hardware, software, internet connection or any force majeure (i.e. flood; extraordinary weather condition; earthquake, or other act of God; fire; war; insurrection; riot; labor dispute; accident; action of government; communications or power failure; or equipment or software malfunction). HML or our affiliates (‘we’, ‘our’ or ‘us’) cannot control the signal power, its reception or routing via internet, configuration of your equipment or reliability of its connection. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for any communication failure, distortion or delay (although we will attempt to minimize the possibility of system failure). Please call us immediately if you are unable to access your account and we will execute your orders over the phone. Please note for security reasons you will need to go through our identification process before we accept any orders from you. If we are unable to identify you we will not be able to carry out your orders.

Warning: risks of margin trading

Trading in currency and bullion, particularly margin trading, involves the potential for profit as well as the risk of loss. This may vastly exceed the amount of money you commit to any trade or transaction. Movements in the price of currency or bullion rates are influenced by a variety of factors of global origin, many of which are unpredictable. Violent movements in the price of foreign exchange or bullion rates may result in action by the market. As a result you may be unable to settle adverse trades. Our staff are unable to guarantee the accuracy of any market predictions (should they offer such predictions) and cannot guarantee a maximum loss that you may suffer.

General advice warning

Any general advice provided by us, or on our website, or via our trading platform, does not take into account your financial situation, personal objectives or needs. CFD and currency trading is not suitable to all. We highly recommend you practice risk free on a demo account before investing any funds. You should then consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and take all reasonable steps to fully understand the possible outcomes of trades and strategies that can be employed.

Copyright

Except where noted otherwise, all material on the website (the “Site”) is our copyright with all rights reserved. No part of the materials on this Site, including but not limited to the text, graphics and html code, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without our prior written permission.

Your Use of the Site

You may download materials from this Site for non-commercial and personal use only, provided that the intellectual property rights or other proprietary notices remain unchanged and visible. No right or interest in any downloaded materials is transferred to you as a result of any such downloading. You agree that you will not otherwise copy, modify, display, distribute, sell or transmit any material on the Site in any manner without our prior written permission. Furthermore, you shall not, under any circumstances, use the Site for any purpose that is prohibited by these terms and conditions or any applicable laws.

The information you provided on your Hantec Markets Limited account application indicates one or more of the following:

  • You have less than six months prior experience self-trading margined CFD and Currency products;
  • Your annual income is less than $25,000.00 USD (or currency equivalent);
  • Your liquid net worth is less than $10,000 USD (or currency equivalent); or
  • You are under 21 or over 65 years

We need to inform you that trading in CFD/Currency may not be appropriate for you. Such trading carries a high degree of risk and may result in losses greater than your initial deposit. Hantec Markets Limited provides an execution-only service to its clients and you will need to rely upon your own skill and judgement when trading these markets.

By opening an account with us, we assume that you have read, understood and accepted this warning, you agree that one or more of the below statements apply to you.

Attitude to risk and investment objectives:

  • You understand the risks of CFD/Currency trading and you confirm that you have the necessary knowledge and expertise to fully appreciate the risks.
  • You understand that CFD/Currency trading is highly leveraged and that you could lose your entire original You are able to assess the risks involved and deem them appropriate for you.

Investing experience and expertise

  • You have gained sufficient experience and expertise in dealing in shares and other similar investment instruments, and you understand the complexities of CFD/Currency.
  • You have attended relevant courses or seminars on CFD/Currency trading that have given you sufficient knowledge and expertise to assess the risks.

You have attended relevant courses or seminars on CFD/Currency trading that have given you sufficient knowledge and expertise to assess the risks that may arise from

Conflicts Policy – Introduction

As a financial institution, Hantec Markets Limited (hereafter “HML”) faces actual and potential conflicts of interest from time to time. By identifying the existing and potential conflicts of interest, HML endorses all reasonable steps to establish, implement and maintain an effective conflict of interest policy to prevent any risk that may damage the interests of our customers.

This statement discloses the conflicts of interest you, as an existing or potential customer, might face when engaging in business dealings with HML; the laws and regulations subject to conflicts of interest that HML is required to comply with; and the policy HML adopts for the aim of preventing and managing the conflicts of interest.

Laws and Regulations

Conflicts of interests exist in the financial services industry and the Code of Business Conduct issued by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission recognises that whilst situations of conflict of interests must be avoided, in case a conflict arises, customers should be treated fairly. Furthermore, as a licensee of the Mauritius Financial Services Commission under the Securities Act 2005, HML is required to manage the conflicts so that they do not damage the customers’ interest.

Identification and Examples of Conflicts that might arise

In general, conflicts of interest may be caused by the superior knowledge of employees and the variety of products on offer and may arise between a firm and a customer, or between a customer and another customer.

When a firm provides service to a customer, conflicts of interest may arise in one or more of the following situations when a firm or a relevant person:

  • is likely to make a financial gain, or avoid a financial loss, at the expense of the customer;
  • has an interest in the outcome of a service provided to or a transaction carried out on behalf of the customer, which is different from the customer’s interest in that outcome;
  • has financial or other incentives to favour the interest of another customer(s) over the interests of the customer;
  • carries on the same business as the customer; or
  • receives or will receive from a person other than the customer an inducement, other than standard commission or fee in relation to a service provided to the customer.
  • In respect to HML, the following is the main conflict of interest that may occur when providing services to our customers.

    Hantec Markets Limited Policy

    As required by law, HML implements and maintains an effective conflict of interest policy for the aim of preventing conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest from causing a material risk of damage to the interests of customers.

    HML keeps records of our business activities so that we can identify any conflict that might arise that would have a material risk of damage to the interests of our customers. HML’s conflicts of interest policy adopts procedures and measures to manage and control the conflicts of interest identified, including segregation of duties and responsibilities; separate supervision of relevant persons; Personal Account Trading policy, Gifts and Inducement policy, prevention and control of the exchange of information; acting on the best interest of the customers; and in some cases declining to act for a customer or potential customer.

    Hantec Global Policy

    As required by law, HG implements and maintains an effective conflict of interest policy for the aim of preventing conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest from causing a material risk of damage to the interests of customers.

    HG keeps records of our business activities so that we can identify any conflict that might arise that would have a material risk of damage to the interests of our customers. HGs’ conflicts of interest policy adopt procedures and measures to manage and control the conflicts of interest identified, including segregation of duties and responsibilities; separate supervision of relevant persons; Personal Account Trading policy, Gifts and Inducement policy, prevention and control of the exchange of information; acting on the best interest of the customers; and in some cases declining to act for a customer or potential customer.

    Disclosure

    Whilst HML is devoted to implement and maintain our conflicts of interest policy, in some cases, such policy might not be sufficient to prevent risks of damage to the interest of a customer. In such a case, HML shall disclose the general nature and sources of conflicts of interest to the customer so that enables the customer to make an informed decision whether to proceed with the transaction in question.

    Review

    HML is devoted to providing more services and products to meet our customers’ demand. At the same time, HML frequently reviews and assesses our conflicts of interest policy so that can ensure the adequacy of such policy in compliance with applicable law.

    Overview of Best Execution requirement

    Hantec Markets Limited is authorized and regulated by the Financial Services Commission (“FSC”) and under the Code of Business Conduct issued by the FSC, we are obliged to act in our clients’ best interests and, other than in certain circumstances described below, where we execute or arrange the execution of orders, we are required to take all reasonable steps to obtain the best possible result for our clients(known as delivering ‘’best execution’’) and to establish and implement an order execution policy and related procedures to allow us to do so.

    We have internal policies and procedures governing how we will act when we execute orders for our clients. We continually strive to provide the best possible level of service to all of our clients. Consequently, our policies and procedures are under constant review and may be revised at any time without prior notice.

    Execution Venues

    We deal with clients as principal and not as agent. This means that we are the execution venue and so clients transact directly with us and not on an exchange or another external market. Trades that clients undertake with us are non-transferable, which means that if a client opens a position with us, they must close the position with us.

    Execution Factors

    We apply the following execution factors:

    The Price – While we always aim to act in the best interest of our clients we cannot guarantee that the price at which we permit clients to execute a trade will be better than elsewhere. Prices on Currency products are sourced from independent third party providers who supply liquidity to the OTC Currency market.

    The Cost – We add a mark-up to the prices from our liquidity providers and publish the ‘’marked-up’’ prices that include our income. We will base the closing price of the relevant currency for the purposes of margin requirements and any balance credits/debits.

    Speed and Likelihood of Execution – Trades may be executed on our platform or by telephone or other forms of communication. Screen and telephone trades are subject to liquidity and market conditions and so we cannot guarantee that a client’s trade will be opened or closed instantaneously. The speed and likelihood of execution is also subject to software, hardware and telecom/data line use and we cannot guarantee that this will not be free of interruption of suspension.

    Quantity – We set the minimum and maximum quantity that clients may place on a trade. This is influenced by market conditions and firm policy and changes from time to time.

    Execution Criteria

    When arranging a transaction or executing a client order, we will take into account the following criteria for determining the relative importance of the execution factors referred to above:

    • The characteristics of the client;
    • The characteristics of the client order; and
    • The characteristics of the financial instruments that are the subject of that order.

    Dealing with Client Orders

    Subject to market conditions a client order will be executed at our price or very close to our price. The price clients receive at execution is not guaranteed as the market may widen, become very volatile or even gap. There is no guarantee that a client’s order will be executed.

    Specific Instructions

    If clients have any particular requirements as to how we act when dealing with them, then they must let us know and we will do our best to accommodate them. However, clients should be aware that where they give us specific instructions that are incompatible with our normal order execution policies and procedures, their specific instructions will take precedence.

    This may result in a different outcome that would have been achieved had our normal policies and procedures been followed and we will not be required to deliver best execution in respect of the aspects of a client order which are covered by their specific instructions.

    Our normal policies and procedures take account of the costs that we would incur in transacting business. Transactions may be subject to additional charges. Where this applies, we will notify clients of the applicable charges before their order is executed.

    Our Duty of Best Execution

    When executing orders for Currency and Bullion or other OTC financial derivative products, we will take all reasonable steps to achieve the best possible outcome taking into account our Execution Policy and specific instructions received from our clients.

    Our policy cannot provide a guarantee, however, that the price at which we permit our customers to execute an order will always be better than one which is or might have been available elsewhere.

    Achieving ‘Best Execution’

    To achieve the best possible result, we will take a number of factors into account, including price, costs, speed of execution, likelihood of execution and settlement, size, nature of the order or any other factors relevant to the execution of that order.

    We will use our own commercial experience and judgment in determining the relative importance of these factors, however, we have rated prices as the most important factor for obtaining the best possible result.

    We will review this policy at regular intervals and will monitor and review external pricing sources. Any updated policy together with a general notice informing customers of such change will be promptly posted to the website as and when this policy is materially updated. You agree that the posting of a revised policy electronically on the website as constituting actual notice to you.

    Scalping is a form of trading which we consider to be an unacceptable practice and a type of market abuse. Scalping might be wrongfully used to return profits by taking advantage of internet latencies, delayed prices, off market/bad prices or through high volumes of transactions targeting tick fluctuations (rather than price movements) where trades are opened and closed very quickly.

    If, in our sole discretion, we consider you to have partaken in this form of scalping, it will be considered as a breach of our Terms and Conditions and as such we reserve the right to:

    • Make immediate changes to your account, including but not limited to, the liquidity provided by us and the spread quoted.
    • Immediately terminate your account and your access to our servers.
    • Void any trade (i.e., treat the trade as if the trade had never taken place) which was part of any Scalping activity.
    • Close any trade, which was part of any Scalping activity, on the basis of our current market price.

    We can exercise the above rights even if you have entered into (or refrained from entering into) such arrangements with third parties relating to the relevant trade and even if you may suffer a trading loss as a result.

    Please be advised that all trading activity is monitored closely, and in the event it is identified that you are Scalping we reserve the right to close your account with immediate effect.

    Hantec Markets Limited (“HML”) places a high priority on the protection and safeguard of our client’s personal and financial information. In order to open and maintain customer accounts, we obtain and hold personal information. This policy outlines how we manage such information to ensure we meet our obligations to our customers’ privacy. This policy is set out on HML’s website and may be updated from time to time. Any updated policy together with a general notice informing customers of such change will be promptly posted to the website as and when this policy is materially updated. You agree that the posting of a revised policy electronically on the website as constituting actual notice to you. You are encouraged to periodically check and review this policy so that you will always know what information we collect, how we use it and to whom we disclose it.

    Why do we collect your personal information?

    In order to confirm your identity, and the appropriateness of our products to your circumstances, we collect personal information from you. During the process of opening an account for you, we will request your name, address, date of birth, contact details, income and savings. We may ask for additional information such as, but not limited to, trading statements and employment details. This information will be collected through our account application form. We will also use our own records and information from other sources where applicable.

    If you do not want HML to use the personal information we hold, you should so inform us in writing at [email protected] As this information helps us fulfill our regulatory requirements, if you choose not to provide some information it may mean that we cannot provide or continue providing you with the service you have requested and HML shall have no liability to you in respect of the same. To keep the information as up to date as possible, we will change any details, such as your address, promptly when you inform us that they have changed.

    How do we use this information?

    The primary purpose for obtaining this information is establishing and managing an account for you. We will be able to keep you updated whilst you are a client in relation to matters such as your trading account and what’s happening at HML, including the services and products we offer. We may send you marketing information from time to time based on the information you have provided, whilst being conscious of the need to respect your privacy. You accept that whilst you have an account HML, that we may also use your personal data for identification verification, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering terrorist financing purposes.

    We will not sell your personal data, but you agree that it may be disclosed to:

    • Other companies within the Hantec Group
    • Any courts, regulatory or other official bodies as agreed or may be required by law
    • Credit reporting or reference agencies
    • Other third party service providers who we may engage to provide research, identity verification checks or other services to us or to the Hantec Group
    • Anyone authorized by you, or who may be authorized under the terms of our contract
    We will require any organization to whom we disclose your information or who may obtain it on our behalf to ensure its confidentiality, and to handle it in accordance with this policy. Please note HML does not sell or provide your personal information to third parties for marketing purposes.
     
    How will we manage and store your confidential information?
     
    Your information will be held on our secure computer systems and paper files. We have advanced systems and procedures in place to prevent any unauthorized access, improper modification or disclosure, misuse or loss of information. Our employees are trained to handle personal information with confidentiality and respect. We regard any breaches of this policy very serious and will take appropriate action as necessary.
    We may need to store your information for some time after you have given it to us, even if we no longer have a relationship with you. Once we consider that that information is no longer needed, we will remove any records that identify you or destroy it securely.
     
    Additional Information
    We do our best to ensure your information is kept up to date. We understand that such information changes frequently such as changes of address and other personal circumstances, and can normally update your personal information over the telephone or by email.
    You may request a copy of the personal information we hold about you, and ask us to amend any inaccuracies. We may charge a reasonable fee to cover the cost of this verification and for will provide the information within 40 days of receipt of your request and any applicable fees.
     
    Complaints

    If you have any further queries relating to our privacy policy, or you have a problem or complaint, please call us on +230 489 7888, or email at [email protected]

    Contents

    1. Overview

    2. Definition

    3. Risk-based Approach

    4. Anti Money Laundering Program

    5. Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRS)

    6. Customer Due Diligence

    7. Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD)

    8. Politically Exposed Person (PEP)

    9. Monitoring Accounts For Suspicious Transactions

    10. Record Keeping

    1. Overview

    This Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Policy has been designed to act as a general policy guideline for Hantec Markets Limited. (“Hantec” or the “Company”). This policy has been designed to ensure that the Company complies with all the relevant laws and regulations under which it is governed and regulated which include the following amongst others:

    • Financial Services Act 2007;

    • Code On The Prevention Of Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing 2012;

    • Financial Intelligence and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2002;

    • Securities Act 2005; and

    • The relevant acts, guidelines, rules and regulations under the laws of Mauritius.

    The Company aims to prevent, detect and not knowingly facilitate money laundering and terrorism financing activities. The management of the Company places extremely high importance on assisting in discovering any money laundering scheme. It is the policy of the Company and its affiliates to prohibit and actively prevent money laundering and any activity that facilitates money laundering or the funding of terrorist or criminal activities.

    2. Definitions

    “Transaction” means any deposit, withdrawal, exchange or transfer of funds.

    “Money laundering” is the conversion of criminal monetary proceeds into clean money, so that it may be used as if it was legitimately acquired funds. It can also be seen as the change/concealment of the form of the proceeds in order to shrink the huge volumes of cash generated by criminal activity. These proceeds include those derived from a variety of criminal activities including tax evasion, terrorism, sale of drugs, corruption, theft, etc.

    Generally, money laundering occurs in three stages. Cash first enters the financial system at the “placement” stage, where the cash generated from criminal activities is converted into monetary instruments, such as money orders or traveler’s cheques, or deposited into accounts at financial institutions. At the “layering” stage, the funds are transferred or moved into other accounts or other financial institutions to further separate the money from its criminal origin. At the “integration” stage, the funds are reintroduced into the economy and used to purchase legitimate assets or to fund other criminal activities or legitimate businesses. Terrorist financing may not involve the proceeds of criminal conduct, but rather an attempt to conceal the origin or intended use of the funds, which will later be used for criminal purposes.

    3. Risk Based Approach

    The possibility of being used to assist with money laundering and terrorist financing poses many risks for Hantec Markets Limited., including regulatory action and damage to reputation leading to loss of business.

    These risks must be identified, assessed and mitigated, which are done for all business risks faced by the Company. The Company believes that if it knows its client well and understands its requirements thoroughly, it will be better placed to assess risks and spot suspicious activities. The risk-based approach means that Hantec Markets Limited. focuses its resources on the areas of greatest risk. The benefits in using this approach is that this is more efficient and effective use of resources proportionate to the risks faced, it minimizes compliance costs and burdens on clients and there is greater flexibility to respond to emerging risks as money laundering and terrorist financing methods change.

    4. Anti-Money Laundering Reporting Officer

    The Company shall designate an Anti-Money Laundering Reporting Officer (“MLRO”), who is also qualified in terms of experience, knowledge and training and to whom any internal report of suspicious transactions must be made. The MLRO will be fully responsible for the Company’s AML/CFT program and report to the Board of the Company or a committee thereof of any material breaches of the internal AML/CFT policy and procedures and of the AML/CFT laws, codes and standards of good practice.

    The duties of the MLRO will include monitoring the Company’s compliance with AML/CFT obligations, overseeing communication and AML/CFT training for employees. The MLRO will also ensure that proper AML records are kept. When warranted, the MLRO will ensure Suspicious Transactions Reports (“STR”) are duly filed. The MLRO will also be responsible for ensuring that the Company has adequate customer identification and verification program in place at all times and in accordance with requirements of the law. The MLRO shall also prepare reports on an annual basis and such other periodic reports as he deems necessary to the Board of the Company or a committee thereof dealing with:

    • the adequacy/shortcomings of internal controls and other AML/CFT;

    • procedures implemented;

    • recommendations to remedy the deficiencies identified above;

    • the number of internal reports made by staff; and

    • the number of reports made to the Financial Intelligence Unit.

    The Company and the MLRO shall ensure that the employees are properly trained and are fully aware of the Company’s AML/CFT policies and procedures. The Company will also perform criminal and disciplinary checks on all employees before they are hired. The Company will develop on-going employee training under the supervision of the MLRO.

    5. Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRS)

    Internal suspicious transaction reports are not to be disclosed to anybody other than to the MLRO. The MLRO making an STR is protected from civil, criminal or disciplinary action in respect of any information contained in the report, unless the information was disclosed in bad faith. The MLRO is obliged to keep records in a form that will allow a transaction to be completely reconstructed at any time by the authorities. All STR records are to be kept for a period of at least seven years. The MLRO and the Company’s employees must not alert the customer of the fact that a potentially suspicious transaction is being reported/ investigated so as not to commit the offence of tipping off. The MLRO will consider each internal potentially suspicious transaction and determine whether of gives rise to ground of suspicion such that an STR obligation is triggered.

    6. Customer Due Diligence (“CDD”)

    Effective Customer Due Diligence/‘know your customer’ (“CDD”) measures are essential to the management of money laundering and terrorist financing risk. CDD is identifying the client and verifying their true identity on the basis of documents, data or information obtained from a reliable and independent source both at the moment of starting a business relationship and on an ongoing basis. Identification of a client is getting to know a client’s identifying details, such as their name and address, his financial status and the capacity in which he is entering into the business relationship with the Company. Verification is obtaining evidence which is satisfactory to the Company and which supports the claim of identity. The Company will

    1. collect certain identification information from each customer who opens an account;

    2. utilize risk based measures to verify the identity of each customer who opens an account; and

    3. record customer identification information and the verification methods and results;

    • Prior to opening of account, the Company collect the following information:

    For all accounts, if applicable, for any person, entity or organization opening a new account and whose name is indicated on the account:

    1. Name, incorporation number, legal status, date and country of incorporation or registration (for an entity other than an individual);

    2. Date and place of birth (for an individual);

    3. Occupation, public position held and where appropriate, the name of the employer (for an individual) or Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Policy (for an entity other than an individual);

    4. A current address, which will be residential (for an individual) or registered office address and principal place of business (where different from the registered office, for an entity other than an individual);

    5. Passport number and country of issuance, identification card number and country of issuance of any other government issued document evidencing nationality or residence and bearing a photograph or other similar safeguard e.g. national identity cards, current valid passports or current valid driving licenses; and

    6. The identity of underlying principles (including beneficial owners, controllers, directors or equivalent)with ultimate effective control over the capital or assets of an entity other than an individual in addition to evidence that any person who purports to act on behalf of the legal person is duly authorized and identify that person.

    Where the underlying principals are not individuals, the Company shall investigate further to establish the identity of the natural persons ultimately owning or controlling the business. When opening an account for a foreign business or enterprise that does not have identification number, the Company will request alternative government approved documentation certifying the existence of the business or enterprise.

    • Customers who refuse to provide information

    If a potential or existing customer either refuses to provide the information described above or such information as the Company may require or appears to have intentionally provided misleading information, the Company shall not open a new account and, after considering the risks involved, will consider closing any open account(s) of an existing customer.

    • Verifying information

    Based on the risk, and to the extent reasonable and practicable, the Company will ensure that it has a reasonable belief that it knows the true identity of its customers by using risk based procedures to verify and document the accuracy of the information received about the customers. In verifying the customer’s identity, the Company will analyze any logical inconsistencies in the information obtained. Customer’s identity must be verified when:

    1. Establishing a business relationship with a new client;

    2. The Company suspects money laundering or terrorist financing; or

    3. The Company has doubts about the veracity or adequacy of documents, data or information previously obtained for the purpose of CDD.

    Where verification of identity is conducted after the establishment of the business relationship, verification will be completed as soon as is practicable after the business relationship has been established.

    • Methods of verification

    The Company will verify customer identity through documentary evidence and non-documentary evidence (electronic verification). The Company will use documents to verify customer identity when appropriate documents are available. In light of the increased instances of identity fraud, the Company will supplement the use of documentary evidence by using the non-documentary means described below whenever possible. It may also use such non-documentary means, after using documentary evidence, if still uncertain about whether the true identity of the customer is known.

    In analyzing the verification information, the Company will consider whether there is a logical consistency among the identifying information provided, such as the customer’s name, date of birth, street address and telephone number.

    Appropriate documents for verifying the identity of customers include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. For an individual: a current government issued identification evidencing nationality, residence, and bearing a photograph or similar safeguard, such as a driver’s license or passport; and

    2. For a person other than individuals, documents showing the existence of the entity, such as Certificate of Incorporation, Articles of incorporation, a government issued business license (if applicable), etc.

    The Company will not be required to take steps to determine whether the document that the customer has provided for identity verification has been validly issued and it may rely on government issued identification as verification of a customer’s identity. If, however, it appears that the document shows some obvious form of fraud, the Company will consider that factor in determining whether it can form a reasonable belief that it knows the customer’s true identity.

    The Company will use the following non-documentary methods of verifying identity:

    1. Contacting a customer;

    2. Independently verifying the customer’s identity through the comparison of information provided by the customer with information obtained from Internet and/or other source;

    3. Checking references with other financial institutions; or

    4. Obtaining a financial statement.

    Non documentary methods of verification will be used in the following situations:

    1. When the Company is unfamiliar with the documents the customer presents for identification verification;

    2. When there are other circumstances that increase the risk that the Company will be unable to verify the true identity of the customer through documentary means. 

    • Lack of verification

    Should the Company reasonably believe that the true identity of a customer cannot be established, it will do any or a combination of the following:

    1. Not proceed with or terminate any business with the customer;

    2. File a STR in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

    7. Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD)

    This Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Policy has been designed to act as a general policy guideline for Hantec Markets Limited. (“Hantec” or the “Company”). This policy has been designed to ensure that the Company complies with all the relevant laws and regulations under which it is governed and regulated which include the following amongst others:

    The regulatory measures requires further research and identification of clients who may pose a high risk of money laundering to better assess the risks they pose.

    If the Company has assessed that the business relationship or occasional transaction is a high risk relationship, based on the customer’s individual risk status, that is, the nature of the customer, the business relationship, its location, or any other specificity of the business relationship, it will apply EDD measures. By way of non-exhaustive examples, circumstances when EDD will be applied are:

    1. If the Company establishes a business relationship with a customer from a country that has insufficient anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism systems or measures in place; or

    2. If a customer seeks to conduct, through Hantec Markets Limited., a complex, unusually large transaction or unusual pattern of transactions that have no apparent or visible economic or lawful purpose

    The Company may in all circumstances consider that the level of risk involved is such that enhanced due diligence should apply to a particular situation.

    In addition to CDD, the following enhanced requirements under EDD will apply:

    1. Information relating to the source of the funds or the source of wealth of the customer will be required.

    2. Carrying out more frequent and extensive ongoing monitoring on the customer and comparison with provided lists of terrorists and other criminals within openly accessible media sources (World-Check, internet) will be conducted.

    3. Seek further information from the customer or from the Company’s own research and third party sources in order to clarify or update the customer’s information, obtain any further or additional information, clarify the nature and purpose of the customer’s transactions with the Company.

    If suspicious information is found indicating possible money laundering or terrorist financing activity, the MLRO shall file a STR in accordance with applicable law and regulations.

    8. Politically Exposed Person (PEP)

    Politically exposed person are individuals who are or have been entrusted with prominent public functions, including government heads, senior politicians, judicial or military officials, important political party officials including their family members or close associates of the politically exposed person.

    The Company will review public information, including information available on the Internet or in databases, to determine whether any account holders, who conduct transactions in amounts over 10,000 USD (or equivalent), are PEPs. If information indicating that an account holder may be a PEP is found, and upon taking additional reasonable steps to verify this information, it is determined that the individual is, in fact, a PEP the Company will:

    1. Take enhanced due diligence measures to establish the source of funds and source of wealth of the PEP.

    2. Conduct enhanced ongoing monitoring of the business relationships involving the PEP.

    3. Establish or continue the business relationship only with senior management approvals.

    If suspicious information is found indicating possible money laundering or terrorist financing activity, the MLRO shall file an STR in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.

    9. Monitoring Accounts For Suspicious Transactions

    The Company will monitor a sufficient amount of account activity to permit the identification of patterns of unusual size, volume, pattern or type of transactions, geographic factors such as whether jurisdictions designated as “non-cooperative” are involved, or any of the “red flags” identified below. The Company will look at transactions, including trading and wire transfers, in the context of other account activity to determine if a transaction lacks financial sense or is suspicious because it is an unusual transaction or strategy for that customer. The Company will closely monitor any transaction of over USD 10,000 (or equivalent) for identification of any suspicious activity.

    The MLRO will be responsible for this monitoring, will document when and how it is carried out, and will report suspicious transactions to the appropriate authorities, when necessary. Examples of suspicious transactions, behaviors or activities that should raise a “red flag” and cause further inquiry. These “red flags” may alert the employees of the Company to possible suspicious activity. Some examples of “red flags” that could cause further investigation include:

    1. Customers who wish to maintain a number of trustee or client accounts that do not appear consistent with the type of business, including transactions involving nominee names.

    2. Matching withdrawals with deposits by different ways on the same or previous day.

    3. Exposure or abuse of transfers without completing trading operations on the trading account.

    4. Revelation of unusual nature of operations that do not have obvious economic substance or obvious legal purpose.

    5. Customers who give conflicting information to different staff members.

    6. Large cash withdrawals from a previously inactive account, or from an account which has just received an unexpected large credit from abroad.

    7. A customer exhibits an unusual level of concern for secrecy, particularly with regard to the customer’s identity, type of business or source of assets.

    8. A corporate customer lacks general knowledge of its own industry.

    9. A customer is unconcerned with the risks, commissions or other costs associated with trading.

    10. Revelation of circumstances implying that the operations are performed for the purpose of money laundering or financing terrorism.

    • Responding to red flags and suspicious activity

    When a member of the Company detects any “red flag”, he must file an incident report without delay to the MLRO. He may also be required to investigate the activity further under the direction of the MLRO. This may include gathering additional information internally or from third party sources, classifying the account as a high risk account, placing the account under heightened supervisory review, which includes, but is not limited to, depending on the situation, turning the account over to the MLRO for review of all orders prior to entry, daily review of all trading activity, review of all money transfer requests, review of all deposits, contacting the authorities, freezing the account, or filing a STR. The Company shall not inform anyone outside of law enforcement or other competent authorities about a STR.

    10. Record Keeping

    When transferring funds, the Company will record in its database at least the following information:

    1. The execution date of the transmittal order;

    2. The name and address of the recipient;

    3. The amount of the transmittal order;

    4. The identity of the recipient’s financial institution, and;

    5. The account number of the recipient.

    For each transmittal order that the Company accepts, it will retain in its files any payment instructions received from the transmitter with the transmitter’s order and any form relating to the transmittal of funds that is completed by the person placing the transmittal. STR Maintenance and Confidentiality All employees of the Company shall be aware of to whom and in what format their suspicions must be reported. They will also receive training from the MLRO upon, and during the course of, their employment.

    The MLRO shall hold AML records, STRs and supporting documentation confidential and ensure that STRs are filed as required. This information will not be communicated to anyone other than law enforcement or other competent authorities. Once an internal suspicion report is made to the MLRO or an STR has been submitted to the FIU, no employee of the Company shall warns or inform the owner of any funds of any report or any action that is to be taken in respect of any transaction concerning such funds. When an STR has been made to the FIU with respect to a particular customer, the Company shall ensure that due care is taken during subsequent enquiries so as not to alert the customer about the disclosure. Appropriate measures shall be taken by the Company to ensure that the offence of tipping off is not committed.

    In order to meet our obligations under PRIIPs (Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance Products) regulation, we have produced the following key information documents for each product type we offer. These documents are aimed to help you better understand our products, including the risks, costs and examples of potential gains and losses associated with them, and any other relevant information.

    RTS 27 – Quality of Execution:

    Publishing our quality of execution under the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 of 8 June 2016, Regulatory Technical Standard (RTS) 27, we adhere to our obligation of enabling the public and investors to evaluate the quality of our firm’s execution practices by publication of valuable information about how and where the firm has executed client orders. It is important that these reports allow for a robust comparison between different firms and also to enable comparison of performance over time. Therefore, ESMA considers it suitable for firms to keep each report available in the public domain for a minimum period of two years.

    This disclosure is be made in line with Articles 3 to 8 of RTS 27, and in the format specified in Tables 1 to 9 of the Annex to that document. These reports will be produced quarterly, based on calendar quarters, with the report to be published no later than 3 months after the quarter end date.

    Information is published in a machine-readable format and will be made available for members of the public via our website. Clients will be able to download in Excel format which will enable searching, sorting and analysing of the data. The reports will remain in the public domain for a period of at least 2 years.

    These reports can be found below:

    Execution Venue and Quality of Execution

    Regulatory Technical Standard 28 (RTS 28)

    Class of InstrumentAll Classes (FX, Indicies and Commodities)
    Client TypeRetail Clients
    Notification if < 1 average trade per business day in the previous yearN
    Top five execution venues ranked in terms of trading volumes (descending order)Venue LEIProportion of volume traded as a percentage of total in that classProportion of orders executed as a percentage of total in that classPercentage of passive ordersPercentage of aggressive ordersPercentage of directed orders
    IS Prime Limited549300F62BRRDZKCUZ5834.31%38.79%0.00%0.00%0.00%
    Hantec Markets (Australia) Pty Limited2138005UV993RK5NUH7333.13%40.46%0.00%0.00%0.00%
    Sucden Financial Limited213800W2XOTEIWVRS82315.40%5.98%0.00%0.00%0.00%
    H&E Limited213800T1FUTJV3AAYW5510.49%9.16%0.00%0.00%0.00%
    Hantec Markets Limited213800BKZJJXCMAN9Z433.66%2.99%0.00%0.00%0.00%

    At Hantec Markets we consider the execution factors of price, costs, speed and likelihood of execution when assessing the quality of execution. Dependant on the client’s trading style, the products the client trades and the method of their trading, we may consider using specific liquidity providers which are most suited to the client’s profile. For example, one liquidity provider may not offer a product a client wishes to trade, and therefore we use an alternative provider when offering the client pricing.

    Whilst Hantec Markets Ltd is independently managed, we are part of the Hantec Group. As part of this group of companies we are majority owned by Hantec (UK) Incorporated. There is no conflict of interest caused by this majority ownership and this has no impact with respect to any execution venues used to execute orders.

    Hantec Markets have no specific arrangement with any execution venues regarding payments made or received, discounts, rebates or non-monetary benefits received. There have been no changes to the list of execution venues listed in the firm’s execution policy. Regardless of how a client is classified with Hantec Markets, should it be retail or professional, the order execution quality see no differential between the classifications. As the statistics show, the quality of execution in terms of speed, cost, price and likelihood of execution is in line with our high expectations.

    In line with our Execution Policy, we apply price, cost, speed and likelihood of execution, and quantity as the criteria to which we give precedence above all others when we assess quality of execution. Should a client wish to trade a particular product that requires us to use an alternative provider, we will continue to act in line with our quality of execution assessment.

    In order to produce this information we have integrated our price and execution data to an analytical software system that analyses all our trades and execution factors against the underlying market price at that time to ensure our assessment of execution quality is in line with our expectation, client expectation and our Execution Policy.

    Risk Disclosure

    This website has been produced by Hantec Markets Limited (‘HML’) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority [Registration No. 502635].

    Warning: demo platform

    The virtual funds available via your demo platform allow you to familiarise yourself with our trading platforms, and any gains or losses incurred while trading in a demo environment are not suggestive of results you may achieve when trading on a live platform. Access to your demo platform is only valid for 30 days, which will be terminated thereafter, however you will be able to trade in a live environment once your account has been opened and funded.

    Warning: internet trading risks

    There are risks associated with using an internet trading system. These include, but are not limited to: error in hardware, software, internet connection or any force majeure (i.e. flood; extraordinary weather condition; earthquake, or other act of God; fire; war; insurrection; riot; labour dispute; accident; action of government; communications or power failure; or equipment or software malfunction). HML or our affiliates (‘we’, ‘our’ or ‘us’) cannot control the signal power, its reception or routing via internet, configuration of your equipment or reliability of its connection. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for any communication failure, distortion or delay (although we will attempt to minimise the possibility of system failure). Please call us immediately if you are unable to access your account and we will execute your orders over the phone. Please note for security reasons you will need to go through our identification process before we accept any orders from you. If we are unable to identify you we will not be able to carry out your orders.

    Warning: risks of margin trading

    Trading in currency and bullion, particularly margin trading, involves the potential for profit as well as the risk of loss. This may vastly exceed the amount of money you commit to any trade or transaction. Movements in the price of currency or bullion rates are influenced by a variety of factors of global origin, many of which are unpredictable. Violent movements in the price of foreign exchange or bullion rates may result in action by the market. As a result you may be unable to settle adverse trades. Our staff are unable to guarantee the accuracy of any market predictions (should they offer such predictions) and cannot guarantee a maximum loss that you may suffer.

    General advice warning

    Any general advice provided by us, or on our website, or via our trading platform, does not take into account your financial situation, personal objectives or needs. CFD and currency trading is not suitable to all. We highly recommend you practice risk free on a demo account before investing any funds. You should then consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and take all reasonable steps to fully understand the possible outcomes of trades and strategies that can be employed.

    Copyright

    Except where noted otherwise, all material on the website (the “Site”) is our copyright with all rights reserved. No part of the materials on this Site, including but not limited to the text, graphics and html code, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without our prior written permission.

    Your Use of the Site

    You may download materials from this Site for non-commercial and personal use only, provided that the intellectual property rights or other proprietary notices remain unchanged and visible. No right or interest in any downloaded materials is transferred to you as a result of any such downloading. You agree that you will not otherwise copy, modify, display, distribute, sell or transmit any material on the Site in any manner without our prior written permission. Furthermore, you shall not, under any circumstances, use the Site for any purpose that is prohibited by these terms and conditions or any applicable laws.This website has been produced by Hantec Markets Limited (‘HML’) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority [Registration No. 502635].

    The information you provided on your Hantec Markets Limited account application indicates one or more of the following:

    • You have less than six months prior experience self-trading margined CFD and Currency products;
    • Your annual income is less than $25,000.00 USD (or currency equivalent);
    • Your liquid net worth is less than $10,000 USD (or currency equivalent); or
    • You are under 21 or over 65 years

    We need to inform you that trading in CFD/Currency may not be appropriate for you. Such trading carries a high degree of risk and may result in losses greater than your initial deposit. Hantec Markets Limited provides an execution-only service to its clients and you will need to rely upon your own skill and judgement when trading these markets.

    By opening an account with us, we assume that you have read, understood and accepted this warning, you agree that one or more of the below statements apply to you.

    Attitude to risk and investment objectives:

    • You understand the risks of CFD/Currency trading and you confirm that you have the necessary knowledge and expertise to fully appreciate the risks.
    • You understand that CFD/Currency trading is highly leveraged and that you could lose your entire original You are able to assess the risks involved and deem them appropriate for you.

    Investing experience and expertise

    • You have gained sufficient experience and expertise in dealing in shares and other similar investment instruments, and you understand the complexities of CFD/Currency
    • You have attended relevant courses or seminars on CFD/Currency trading that have given you sufficient knowledge and expertise to assess the risks that may arise from.

    Hantec Markets Limited offers demo accounts where you can practice trading against realistic Forex prices and we would encourage you to try this before trading with real money.

    Conflicts Policy – Introduction

    As a financial institution, Hantec Markets Limited (hereafter “Hantec Markets”) faces actual and potential conflicts of interest from time to time. By identifying the existing and potential conflicts of interest, Hantec Markets will take all sufficient steps to establish, implement and maintain an effective conflicts of interest policy to prevent or mitigate any risk that may damage the interests of our customers.

    This statement discloses the conflicts of interest that you, as an existing or potential customer might face when engaging in business dealings with Hantec Markets; the laws and regulations subject to conflicts of interest that Hantec Markets is required to comply with; and the policy Hantec Markets adopts for the aim of preventing and managing the conflicts of interest.

     

    Laws and Regulations

    The FCA recognises that conflicts of interest exist in financial services industry and does not aim to eliminate them. Nevertheless, Principle 8 of the FCA’s Principles for Business (PRIN) sets out that a firm must manage conflicts of interest fairly, both between itself and its customers and between a customer and another customer. Furthermore, the Senior Management Arrangements, Systems and Controls (SYSC) of the FCA handbook, in particular the SYSC 10, firms are required to manage the conflicts so that they do not damage the customers’ interest. Under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID II”); Hantec Markets is required to maintain and operate effective organisational and administrative controls to take all appropriate steps to identify, prevent or manage conflicts of interest.

     

    Identification and Examples of Conflicts that might arise

    A conflict of interest may arise where our interests or those of a member of our staff could conflict with a duty we have to a client. Part of staff training in this area is to recognise and remediate or escalate potential conflicts in the course of business. However, to help identify potential conflicts of interest, we have considered a number of areas, including the following situations when a firm or a relevant person:

    • is likely to make a financial gain, or avoid a financial loss, at the expense of the customer;
    • has an interest in the outcome of a service provided to or a transaction carried out on behalf of the customer, which is different from the customer’s interest in that outcome;
    • has a financial or other incentives to favour the interest of another customer(s) over the interests of the customer;
    • carries on the same business as the customer; or
    • receives or will receive from a person other than the customer an inducement, other than standard commission or fee in relation to a service provided to the customer.

      Management of Potential Conflicts Identified

      Fees may only be paid/received to/from third parties in line with the specific MiFID tests:

      • The existence, nature and amount of the fee, commission or benefit, or, where the amount cannot be ascertained, the method of calculating that amount, is clearly disclosed to the customer, in a manner that is comprehensive, accurate and understandable, prior to the provision of the relevant investment or ancillary service;
      • The payment of the fee or commission, or the provision of the non-monetary benefit is designed to enhance the quality of the relevant service to the customer;
      • It does not impair compliance with the Firm’s duty to act in the best interests of the customer;
      • And, persons will be prevented from exercising inappropriate influence over the way in which a relevant person carries out services.

      Hantec Markets Policy

      As required by law, Hantec Markets implements and maintains effective conflicts of interest policy for the aim of preventing conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest from causing a material risk of damage to the interests of customers.

      Hantec Markets keeps records of our business activities so that we can identify any conflict that might arise that would have a material risk of damage to the interests of our customers. Hantec Markets’ conflicts of interest policy adopts procedures and measures to manage and control the conflicts of interest identified, including segregation of duties and responsibilities; separate supervision of relevant persons; Personal Account Trading policy, Gifts and Inducement policy, prevention and control of the exchange of information; acting in the best interest of the customers; and in some cases declining to act for a customer or potential customer. These are also monitored on an ongoing basis within the company’s Compliance Monitoring Programme.

      Disclosure

      Whilst Hantec Markets is devoted to implement and maintain our conflicts of interest policy, in some cases, such policy might not be sufficient to prevent risks of damage to the interest of a customer. In such a case, as a solution of last resort, Hantec Markets shall disclose the general nature and sources of conflicts of interest to the customer so that enables the customer to make an informed decision whether to proceed with the transaction in question.

      Review

      Hantec Markets is devoted to provide more services and products to meet our customers’ demand. At the same time, Hantec Markets frequently reviews and assesses our conflicts of interest policy so that it can ensure the adequacy of such policy in compliance of the FCA rules.

      Overview of Best Execution requirement

      Hantec Markets Limited is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and under the FCA rules, we are obliged to act in our clients’ best interests and, other than in certain circumstances described below, where we execute or arrange the execution of orders, we are required to take all sufficient steps to obtain the best possible result for our clients(known as delivering ‘’best execution’’) and to establish and implement an order execution policy and related procedures to allow us to do so.

      We have internal policies and procedures governing how we will act when we execute orders for our clients. We continually strive to provide the best possible level of service to all of our clients. Consequently, our policies and procedures are under constant review and may be revised at any time without prior notice.

      Execution Venues

      We deal with clients as principal and not as agent. This means that we are the execution venue and so clients transact directly with us and not on an exchange or another external market. Trades that clients undertake with us are non-transferable, which means that if a client opens a position with us, they must close the position with us

      Execution Factors

      We apply the following execution factors:

      The Price – While we always aim to act in the best interest of our clients we cannot guarantee that the price at which we permit clients to execute a trade will be better than elsewhere. Prices on leveraged products are sourced from independent third-party providers who supply liquidity to the market.

      The Cost – We add a mark-up to the prices from our liquidity providers and publish the ‘’marked-up’’ prices that include our income. We will base the closing price of the relevant instrument for the purposes of margin requirements and any balance credits/debits.

      Speed and Likelihood of Execution – Trades may be executed on our platform or by telephone or other forms of communication. Screen and telephone trades are subject to liquidity and market conditions and so we cannot guarantee that a client’s trade will be open or closed instantaneously. The speed and likelihood of execution are also subject to software, hardware and telecom/data line use and we cannot guarantee that this will not be free of interruption of suspension.

      Quantity – We set the minimum and maximum quantity that clients may place on a trade. This is influenced by market conditions and firm policy and changes from time to time.

      Execution Criteria

      When arranging a transaction or executing a client order, we will take into account the following criteria for determining the relative importance of the execution factors referred to above:

      • The characteristics of the client including the categorisation of the client as retail, professional or an eligible counterparty;
      • The characteristics of the client order; and
      • The characteristics of the financial instruments that are the subject of that order.

      Dealing with Client Orders

      Subject to market conditions a client order will be executed at our price or very close to our price. The price clients receive at execution is not guaranteed as the market may widen, become very volatile or even gap. There is no guarantee that a client’s order will be executed.

      Specific Instructions

      If clients have any particular requirements as to how we act when dealing with them, then they must let us know and we will do our best to accommodate them. However, clients should be aware that where they give us specific instructions that are incompatible with our normal order execution policies and procedures, their specific instructions will take precedence.

      This may result in a different outcome that would have been achieved had our normal policies and procedures been followed and, for Retail Clients and Professional Clients, we will not be required to deliver the best execution in respect of the aspects of a client order which are covered by their specific instructions.

      [Our normal policies and procedures take account of the costs that we would incur in transacting business. Transactions may be subject to additional charges. Where this applies, we will notify clients of the applicable charges before their order is executed.]

      Our Duty of Best Execution

      When executing orders for all the instruments we offer, we will take all sufficient steps to achieve the best possible outcome taking into account our Execution Policy and any specific instructions received from our clients.

      Our policy cannot provide a guarantee, however, that the price at which we permit our customers to execute an order will always be better than one which is or might have been available elsewhere.

      Achieving ‘Best Execution’

      To achieve the best possible result, we will take a number of factors into account, including price, costs, speed of execution, the likelihood of execution and settlement, size, nature of the order or any other factors relevant to the execution of that order.

      We will use our own commercial experience and judgment in determining the relative importance of these factors, however, we have rated prices as the most important factor for obtaining the best possible result.

      If we have classified a client as a Professional Client we will consider relevant FCA guidance to determine whether they are relying on us to deliver the best execution. We understand that clients may be relying upon us to deliver the best execution but the importance of execution may take precedence over price.

      If we have classified a client as an Eligible Counterparty, there is no requirement under the FCA rules for us to deliver the best execution to them. However, we will comply with this policy in relation to Eligible Counterparty Business and maintain records of data which are used to set our prices.

      We will review this policy at regular intervals and will monitor and review external pricing sources.

      We will give clients 14 days written notice where we make any change to this policy and the client disclosure relating to this policy on our website.

      Scalping is a form of trading which we consider to be an unacceptable practice and a type of market abuse. Scalping might be wrongfully used to return profits by taking advantage of internet latencies, delayed prices, off market/bad prices or through high volumes of transactions targeting tick fluctuations (rather than price movements) where trades are opened and closed very quickly.

      If, in our sole discretion, we consider you to have partaken in this form of scalping, it will be considered as a breach of our Terms and Conditions and as such we reserve the right to:

      • Make immediate changes to your account, including but not limited to, the liquidity provided by us and the spread quoted.
      • Immediately terminate your account and your access to our servers.
      • Void any trade (i.e., treat the trade as if the trade had never taken place) which was part of any Scalping activity.
      • Close any trade, which was part of any Scalping activity, on the basis of our current market price.

      We can exercise the above rights even if you have entered into (or refrained from entering into) such arrangements with third parties relating to the relevant trade and even if you may suffer a trading loss as a result.

      Please be advised that all trading activity is monitored closely, and in the event it is identified that you are Scalping we reserve the right to close your account with immediate effect.

      This statement details Hantec Markets Limited’s policy with regard to FCA Principle 6: “A firm must pay due regard to the interests of its customers and treat them fairly”.

      The fair treatment of customers is one of the key principles of the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK. The FCA requires firms to be able to demonstrate that they are consistently treating their customers fairly. At Hantec Markets the Directors and Senior Management are committed to ensuring that the FCA principle of Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) is applied in all aspects of our business activities.

      We recognise that fair treatment of our customers is about adding value to the service we offer. To ensure that we are continuously providing our customers with a valuable service we aspire to:

      • protect the interests of our customers in all areas of our dealings with them and at each stage of the product life cycle, from promotion right through to after-sales service
      • meet the needs of each customer by offering a transparent and professional service, and to constantly review our service to identify areas where we can improve it

      Our Commitment to you

      • To ensure the products that we offer are appropriate for you and are consistent with your needs;
      • To provide timely and best execution at all times;
      • To maintain a superior level of system and platform availability;
      • To ensure all staff implement TCF in their daily business activities;
      • To ensure your complaints are assessed fairly and impartially and handled professionally should you ever become unhappy with our service;
      • To encourage staff to recommend improvements to service following customer complaints;
      • To ensure that promotional material is clear, compliant and appropriately targeted ;
      • To provide accurate, complete and timely communications;
      • To ask for and listen to your feedback and place your interests first.

      In order to meet our obligations under PRIIPs (Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance Products) regulation, we have produced the following key information documents for each product type we offer. These documents are aimed to help you better understand our products, including the risks, costs and examples of potential gains and losses associated with them, and any other relevant information.

      RTS 27 – Quality of Execution:

      Publishing our quality of execution under the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 of 8 June 2016, Regulatory Technical Standard (RTS) 27, we adhere to our obligation of enabling the public and investors to evaluate the quality of our firm’s execution practices by publication of valuable information about how and where the firm has executed client orders. It is important that these reports allow for a robust comparison between different firms and also to enable comparison of performance over time. Therefore, ESMA considers it suitable for firms to keep each report available in the public domain for a minimum period of two years.

      This disclosure is be made in line with Articles 3 to 8 of RTS 27, and in the format specified in Tables 1 to 9 of the Annex to that document. These reports will be produced quarterly, based on calendar quarters, with the report to be published no later than 3 months after the quarter end date.

      Information is published in a machine-readable format and will be made available for members of the public via our website. Clients will be able to download in Excel format which will enable searching, sorting and analysing of the data. The reports will remain in the public domain for a period of at least 2 years.

      These reports can be found below:

      Class of Instrument All Classes (FX, Indicies and Commodities)
      Client Type Retail Clients
      Notification if < 1 average trade per business day in the previous year N
      Top five execution venues ranked in terms of trading volumes (descending order) Venue LEI Proportion of volume traded as a percentage of total in that class Proportion of orders executed as a percentage of total in that class Percentage of passive orders Percentage of aggressive orders Percentage of directed orders
      IS Prime Limited 549300F62BRRDZKCUZ58 34.31% 38.79% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
      Hantec Markets (Australia) Pty Limited 2138005UV993RK5NUH73 33.13% 40.46% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
      Sucden Financial Limited 213800W2XOTEIWVRS823 15.40% 5.98% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
      H&E Limited 213800T1FUTJV3AAYW55 10.49% 9.16% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
      Hantec Markets Limited 213800BKZJJXCMAN9Z43 3.66% 2.99% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

      At Hantec Markets we consider the execution factors of price, costs, speed and likelihood of execution when assessing the quality of execution. Dependant on the client’s trading style, the products the client trades and the method of their trading, we may consider using specific liquidity providers which are most suited to the client’s profile. For example, one liquidity provider may not offer a product a client wishes to trade, and therefore we use an alternative provider when offering the client pricing.

      Whilst Hantec Markets Ltd is independently managed, we are part of the Hantec Group. As part of this group of companies we are majority owned by Hantec (UK) Incorporated. There is no conflict of interest caused by this majority ownership and this has no impact with respect to any execution venues used to execute orders.

      Hantec Markets have no specific arrangement with any execution venues regarding payments made or received, discounts, rebates or non-monetary benefits received. There have been no changes to the list of execution venues listed in the firm’s execution policy. Regardless of how a client is classified with Hantec Markets, should it be retail or professional, the order execution quality see no differential between the classifications. As the statistics show, the quality of execution in terms of speed, cost, price and likelihood of execution is in line with our high expectations.

      In line with our Execution Policy, we apply price, cost, speed and likelihood of execution, and quantity as the criteria to which we give precedence above all others when we assess quality of execution. Should a client wish to trade a particular product that requires us to use an alternative provider, we will continue to act in line with our quality of execution assessment.

      In order to produce this information we have integrated our price and execution data to an analytical software system that analyses all our trades and execution factors against the underlying market price at that time to ensure our assessment of execution quality is in line with our expectation, client expectation and our Execution Policy.

      Risk Disclosure

      This website has been produced by Hantec Markets Limited Jordan (‘HMLJ’) which is authorised and regulated by the Jordan Securities Commission [Registration No. 51905].

      Warning: demo platform

      The virtual funds available via your demo platform allow you to familiarise yourself with our trading platforms, and any gains or losses incurred while trading in a demo environment are not suggestive of results you may achieve when trading on a live platform. Access to your demo platform is only valid for 30 days, which will be terminated thereafter, however, you will be able to trade in a live environment once your account has been opened and funded.

      Warning: internet trading risks

      There are risks associated with using an internet trading system. These include, but are not limited to: error in hardware, software, internet connection or any force majeure (i.e. flood; extraordinary weather condition; earthquake, or other act of God; fire; war; insurrection; riot; labour dispute; accident; action of government; communications or power failure; or equipment or software malfunction). HMLJ or our affiliates (‘we’, ‘our’ or ‘us’) cannot control the signal power, its reception or routing via Internet, configuration of your equipment or reliability of its connection. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for any communication failure, distortion or delay (although we will attempt to minimise the possibility of system failure). Please call us immediately if you are unable to access your account and we will execute your orders over the phone. Please note for security reasons you will need to go through our identification process before we accept any orders from you. If we are unable to identify you we will not be able to carry out your orders.

      Warning: risks of margin trading

      Trading in derivatives, particularly margin trading, involves the potential for profit as well as the risk of loss. This may vastly exceed the amount of money you commit to any trade or transaction. Movements in the price of financial markets are influenced by a variety of factors of global origin, many of which are unpredictable. Violent movements in the price of foreign exchange, bullion rates and CFDs may result in action by the market. As a result, you may be unable to settle adverse trades. HMLJ staff are unable to guarantee a maximum loss that you may suffer.

      General advice warning

      Any general advice provided by us, or on our website, or via our trading platform, does not take into account your financial situation, personal objectives or needs. Leveraged trading is not suitable for all. We highly recommend you practice risk-free on a demo account before investing any funds. Click here to download a demo account. You should then consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and take all reasonable steps to fully understand the possible outcomes of trades and strategies that can be employed using the HMLJ trading platforms. You should seek independent financial advice to ensure that a particular product is suited to your financial situation and requirements.

      Copyright

      Except where noted otherwise, all material on the website (the “Site”) is Copyright © 2013 Hantec Markets Limited Jordan (“Hantec Markets”). All rights reserved. No part of the materials on this Site, including but not limited to the text, graphics and HTML code, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without Hantec Markets’ written permission.

      Your Use of the Site

      You may download materials from this Site for non-commercial and personal use only, provided that the intellectual property rights or other proprietary notices remain unchanged and visible. No right or interest in any downloaded materials is transferred to you as a result of any such downloading. You agree that you will not otherwise copy, modify, display, distribute, sell or transmit any material on the Site in any manner without the written permission of Hantec Markets. Furthermore, you shall not, under any circumstances, use the Site for any purpose that is prohibited by these terms and conditions or any applicable laws.

      The information you provided on your Hantec Markets Limited account application indicates one or more of the following:

      • You have less than six months prior experience self-trading margined CFD and Currency products;
      • Your annual income is less than $25,000.00 USD (or currency equivalent);
      • Your liquid net worth is less than $10,000 USD (or currency equivalent); or
      • You are under 21 or over 65 years

      We need to inform you that trading in CFD/Currency may not be appropriate for you. Such trading carries a high degree of risk and may result in losses greater than your initial deposit. Hantec Markets Limited provides an execution-only service to its clients and you will need to rely upon your own skill and judgement when trading these markets.

      By opening an account with us, we assume that you have read, understood and accepted this warning, you agree that one or more of the below statements apply to you.

      Attitude to risk and investment objectives:

      • You understand the risks of CFD/Currency trading and you confirm that you have the necessary knowledge and expertise to fully appreciate the risks.
      • You understand that CFD/Currency trading is highly leveraged and that you could lose your entire original You are able to assess the risks involved and deem them appropriate for you.

      Investing experience and expertise

      • You have gained sufficient experience and expertise in dealing with shares and other similar investment instruments, and you understand the complexities of CFD/Currency.
      • You have attended relevant courses or seminars on CFD/Currency trading that have given you sufficient knowledge and expertise to assess the risks that may arise from.

      Hantec Markets Limited offers demo accounts where you can practice trading against realistic Forex prices and we would encourage you to try this before trading with real money.

      Conflicts Policy – Introduction

      As a financial institution Hantec Markets Limited Jordan (hereafter “HMLJ”) faces actual and potential conflicts of interest from time to time. By identifying the existing and potential conflicts of interest, HMLJ endorses all reasonable steps to establish, implement and maintain effective conflicts of interest policy to prevent any risk that may damage the interests of our customers.

      This statement discloses the conflicts of interest you, as an existing or potential customer or might face when engaging in business dealings with HMLJ; the laws and regulations subject to conflicts of interest that HMLJ is required to comply with; and the policy HMLJ adopts for the aim of preventing and managing the conflicts of interest.

      Laws and Regulations

      We recognise that Conflicts of Interest exist in the financial services and the regulator does not necessarily aim to eliminate them. Nevertheless, we believe that a firm must manage conflicts of interest fairly, both between itself and its customers and between a customer and another customer. We undertake the responsibility to manage any conflicts of interest that may arise so that they do not damage the customers’ interest. We maintain and operate effective organisational and administrative controls to take all appropriate steps to identify, prevent or manage conflicts of interest.

      Identification and Examples of Conflicts that might arise

      A conflict of interest may arise where our interests or those of a member of our staff could conflict with a duty we have to a client. Part of staff training in this area is to recognise and remediate or escalate potential conflicts in the course of business.

      However, to help identify potential conflicts of interest, we have considered a number of areas, including the following situations when a firm or a relevant person:

      • is likely to make a financial gain, or avoid a financial loss, at the expense of the customer;
      • has an interest in the outcome of a service provided to or a transaction carried out on behalf of the customer, which is different from the customer’s interest in that outcome;
      • has a financial or other incentives to favour the interest of another customer(s) over the interests of the customer;
      • carries on the same business as the customer; or
      • receives or will receive from a person other than the customer an inducement, other than standard commission or fee in relation to a service provided to the customer.

      Hantec Markets Limited Jordan Policy

      As required by law, HMLJ implements and maintains an effective conflict of interest policy for the aim of preventing conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest from causing a material risk of damage to the interests of customers.

      HMLJ keeps records of our business activities so that we can identify any conflict that might arise that would have a material risk of damage to the interests of our customers. HMLJ’s conflicts of interest policy adopts procedures and measures to manage and control the conflicts of interest identified, including segregation of duties and responsibilities; separate supervision of relevant persons; Personal Account Trading policy, Gifts and Inducement policy, prevention and control of the exchange of information; acting in the best interest of the customers; and in some cases declining to act for a customer or potential customer. These are also monitored on an ongoing basis within the company’s Compliance Monitoring Programme.

      Disclosure

      Whilst HMLJ is devoted to implement and maintain our conflicts of interest policy, in some cases, such policy might not be sufficient to prevent risks of damage to the interest of a customer. In such a case, as a solution of last resort, HMLJ shall disclose the general nature and sources of conflicts of interest to the customer so that enables the customer to make an informed decision whether to proceed with the transaction in question.

      Review

      HMLJ is devoted to provide more services and products to meet our customers’ demand. At the same time, HMLJ frequently reviews and assesses our conflicts of interest policy so that it can ensure the adequacy of such policy in compliance of the JSC rules.

      Overview of Best Execution requirement

      Hantec Markets Limited Jordan is authorised and regulated by the Jordan Securities Commission (JSC) and under the JSC rules, we are obliged to act in our clients’ best interests and, other than in certain circumstances described below, where we execute or arrange the execution of orders, we are required to take all sufficient steps to obtain the best possible result for our clients(known as delivering ‘’best execution’’) and to establish and implement an order execution policy and related procedures to allow us to do so.

      We have internal policies and procedures governing how we will act when we execute orders for our clients. We continually strive to provide the best possible level of service to all of our clients. Consequently, our policies and procedures are under constant review and may be revised at any time without prior notice.

       

      Execution Venues

      We deal with clients as principal and not as an agent. This means that we are the execution venue and so clients transact directly with us and not on an exchange or another external market. Trades that clients undertake with us are non-transferable, which means that if a client opens a position with us, they must close the position with us.

       

      Execution Factors

      We apply the following execution factors:

      The Price – While we always aim to act in the best interest of our clients we cannot guarantee that the price at which we permit clients to execute a trade will be better than elsewhere. Prices on leveraged products are sourced from independent third-party providers who supply liquidity to the market.

      The Cost – We add a mark-up to the prices from our liquidity providers and publish the ‘’marked-up’’ prices that include our income. We will base the closing price of the relevant instrument for the purposes of margin requirements and any balance credits/debits.

      Speed and Likelihood of Execution – Trades may be executed on our platform or by telephone or other forms of communication. Screen and telephone trades are subject to liquidity and market conditions and so we cannot guarantee that a client’s trade will be open or closed instantaneously. The speed and likelihood of execution are also subject to software, hardware and telecom/data line use and we cannot guarantee that this will not be free of interruption of suspension.

      Quantity – We set the minimum and maximum quantity that clients may place on a trade. This is influenced by market conditions and firm policy and changes from time to time.

       

      Execution Criteria

      When arranging a transaction or executing a client order, we will take into account the following criteria for determining the relative importance of the execution factors referred to above:

      • The characteristics of the client including the categorisation of the client as retail, professional or an eligible counterparty;
      • The characteristics of the client order; and
      • The characteristics of the financial instruments that are the subject of that order.

      Dealing with Client Orders

      Subject to market conditions a client order will be executed at our price or very close to our price. The price clients receive at execution is not guaranteed as the market may widen, become very volatile or even gap. There is no guarantee that a client’s order will be executed.

       

      Specific Instructions

      If clients have any particular requirements as to how we act when dealing with them, then they must let us know and we will do our best to accommodate them. However, clients should be aware that where they give us specific instructions that are incompatible with our normal order execution policies and procedures, their specific instructions will take precedence.

      This may result in a different outcome that would have been achieved had our normal policies and procedures been followed and, for Retail Clients and Professional Clients, we will not be required to deliver the best execution in respect of the aspects of a client order which are covered by their specific instructions.

      [Our normal policies and procedures take account of the costs that we would incur in transacting business. Transactions may be subject to additional charges. Where this applies, we will notify clients of the applicable charges before their order is executed.]

       

      Our Duty of Best Execution

      When executing orders for all the instruments we offer, we will take all sufficient steps to achieve the best possible outcome taking into account our Execution Policy and any specific instructions received from our clients.

      Our policy cannot provide a guarantee, however, that the price at which we permit our customers to execute an order will always be better than one which is or might have been available elsewhere.

       

      Achieving ‘Best Execution’

      To achieve the best possible result, we will take a number of factors into account, including price, costs, speed of execution, the likelihood of execution and settlement, size, nature of the order or any other factors relevant to the execution of that order.

      We will use our own commercial experience and judgment in determining the relative importance of these factors, however, we have rated prices as the most important factor for obtaining the best possible result.

      We will review this policy at regular intervals and will monitor and review external pricing sources. Any updated policy together with a general notice informing customers of such change will be promptly posted to the website as and when this policy is materially updated. You agree that the posting of a revised policy electronically on the website as constituting actual notice to you.

      Scalping is a form of trading which we consider to be an unacceptable practice and a type of market abuse. Scalping might be wrongfully used to return profits by taking advantage of internet latencies, delayed prices, off-market/bad prices or through high volumes of transactions targeting tick fluctuations (rather than price movements) where trades are opened and closed very quickly.

      If, in our sole discretion, we consider you to have partaken in this form of scalping, it will be considered as a breach of our Terms and Conditions and as such we reserve the right to:

      • Immediately terminate your account and your access to our servers.
      • Void any trade (i.e., treat the trade as if the trade had never taken place) which was part of any Scalping activity.
      • Close any trade, which was part of any Scalping activity, on the basis of our current market price.
      • Make immediate changes to your account, including but not limited to, the liquidity provided by us and the spread quoted.

      We can exercise the above rights even if you have entered into (or refrained from entering into) such arrangements with third parties relating to the relevant trade and even if you may suffer a trading loss as a result.

      Please be advised that all trading activity is monitored closely, and in the event, it is identified that you are Scalping we reserve the right to close your account with immediate effect.

      Hantec Markets Limited Jordan (“HMLJ”) places a high priority on the protection and safeguard of our client’s personal and financial information. In order to open and maintain customer accounts, we obtain and hold personal information. This policy outlines how we manage such information to ensure we meet our obligations to our customers’ privacy. This policy is set out on HMLJ’s website and may be updated from time to time. Any updated policy together with a general notice informing customers of such change will be promptly posted to the website as and when this policy is materially updated. You agree that the posting of a revised policy electronically on the website as constituting actual notice to you. You are encouraged to periodically check and review this policy so that you will always know what information we collect, how we use it and to whom we disclose it.

      Why do we collect your personal information?

      In order to confirm your identity and the appropriateness of our products to your circumstances, we collect personal information from you. During the process of opening an account for you, we will request your name, address, date of birth, contact details, income and savings. We may ask for additional information such as, but not limited to, trading statements and employment details. This information will be collected through our account application form. We will also use our own records and information from other sources where applicable.

      If you do not want HMLJ to use the personal information we hold, you should so inform us in writing at [email protected]. As this information helps us fulfil our regulatory requirements, if you choose not to provide some information it may mean that we cannot provide or continue providing you with the service you have requested and HMLj shall have no liability to you in respect of the same. To keep the information as up to date as possible, we will change any details, such as your address, promptly when you inform us that they have changed.

      How do we use this information?

      The primary purpose for obtaining this information is establishing and managing an account for you. We will be able to keep you updated whilst you are a client in relation to matters such as your trading account and what’s happening at HMLJ, including the services and products we offer. We may send you marketing information from time to time based on the information you have provided, whilst being conscious of the need to respect your privacy. You accept that whilst you have an account HMLJ, that we may also use your personal data for identification verification, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering terrorist financing purposes.

      We will not sell your personal data, but you agree that it may be disclosed to:

      • Other companies within the Hantec Group
      • Any courts, regulatory or other official bodies as agreed or may be required by law
      • Credit reporting or reference agencies
      • Other third-party service providers who we may engage to provide research, identity verification checks or other services to us or to the Hantec Group
      • Anyone authorized by you, or who may be authorized under the terms of our contract
      We will require any organization to whom we disclose your information or who may obtain it on our behalf to ensure its confidentiality, and to handle it in accordance with this policy. Please note HMLJ does not sell or provide your personal information to third parties for marketing purposes.
       
      How will we manage and store your confidential information?
       
      Your information will be held on our secure computer systems and paper files. We have advanced systems and procedures in place to prevent any unauthorized access, improper modification or disclosure, misuse or loss of information. Our employees are trained to handle personal information with confidentiality and respect. We regard any breaches of this policy very seriously and will take appropriate action as necessary.
      We may need to store your information for some time after you have given it to us, even if we no longer have a relationship with you. Once we consider that that information is no longer needed, we will remove any records that identify you or destroy it securely.
       
      Additional Information
      We do our best to ensure your information is kept up to date. We understand that such information changes frequently such as changes of address and other personal circumstances, and can normally update your personal information over the telephone or by email.
      You may request a copy of the personal information we hold about you, and ask us to amend any inaccuracies. We may charge a reasonable fee to cover the cost of this verification and for will provide the information within 40 days of receipt of your request and any applicable fees.
       
      Complaints

      If you have any further queries relating to our privacy policy, or you have a problem or complaint, please call us on +96265535999, or email at [email protected]

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      LinkedInThird PartyUsed by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services.
      TwitterThird PartyUsed by the social networking service, Twitter, for tracking the use of embedded services.

      Cookies Management

      You can manage cookies by modifying your web browser settings on your computer or tablet. For mobile phones you might have to check you phone user guide.

      Google Chrome
      • Click the menu icon in the browser’s toolbar
      • Select ‘Settings’
      • Click ‘Show advanced settings’
      • Choose ‘Privacy’ and then ‘Content settings’
      • To enable cookies, in the ‘Cookies’ section, tick ‘Allow local data to be set (recommended)’. This option enables both first and third-party cookies.
      • To allow only first-party cookies, enable ‘Block all third-party cookies without exception’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Chrome. To find out more, click here.

      Mozilla Firefox
      • Click on the menu button at the top of the browser (or ‘Tools’ if using Windows XP)
      • Select ‘Options’
      • Click ‘Privacy’
      • Set ‘Firefox will’ to ‘Use custom settings for history’
      • Select ‘Accept cookies from sites’ and your preferred treatment of third-party cookies
      • To disable cookies, remove the check mark from ‘Accept cookies from sites’
      • Click ‘OK’ to close the window

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Firefox. For more information, click here.

      Opera
      • In the browser’s menu, select ‘Settings’
      • Under cookies, tick ‘Allow local data to be set (recommended)’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’
      • To stop only third-party cookies, select ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Opera. For more information, click here.

      Safari
      • In the menu bar, select ‘Safari’, then choose ‘Preferences’
      • Click on ‘Privacy’
      • Under ‘Cookies and website data:’, select ‘Allow from the websites I visit’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Always block’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Safari. For more information, click here.

      Microsoft Internet Explorer

      Versions 9-11

      • Select ‘Tools’ from the top of your browser
      • Choose ‘Internet Options’
      • Navigate to the ‘Privacy’ tab
      • Click ‘Advanced’. Here you can choose to ‘Accept’ ‘Block’ or ‘Prompt’ both first and third-party cookies
      • To disable cookies, tick ‘Block’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Internet Explorer. For more information, click here.

      Microsoft Edge
      • Click the menu button
      • Choose ‘Settings’ and then ‘View advanced settings’
      • Under ‘Cookies’ choose either ‘Don’t block cookies’ or ‘Block only third party cookies’
      • To disable cookies, click on ‘Block all cookies’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Microsoft Edge. For more information, click here.

      You can also visit independent information providers such as www.allaboutcookies.org. It is possible to simply block third-party cookies.

      If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy or security measures, please email [email protected].

      This website uses cookies. We use cookies to personalise content and improve our services, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We process this information about use of our site with our analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to better our services. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. For more information visit the Cookie page and read our updated Privacy Notice. To change your settings, visit the Cookies Management page.

      Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make a user’s experience more efficient.

      Your consent applies to the following domains: www.hmarkets.com

      Your current state: Allow all cookies (Necessary, Preferences, Statistics, Marketing).

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      We respect your privacy and are committed to full transparency about what cookies that are enabled on our site and how you can easily manage these.

      What are Cookies?

      Cookies are tiny pieces of information stored as text files on your computer or device when you visit certain web pages. They are used by web developers to help users navigate their websites efficiently. Cookies do not harm your computer or device. They are not programmes, cannot execute code, deliver viruses or extract personal information from your computer.

      If you have cookies enabled on your browser, a cookie will be stored on the device, on each subsequent page you visit, and sent back to the web server by the browser. Cookies are designed to hold a very small amount of data specific to a user and the website they are using.

      Hantec Markets do not store any identifiable personal information within cookies such as credit card or bank details.

      Most sites on the internet use cookies and their purpose is to:

      • verify your identity for security reasons and block abusing user
      • determine what browser you are using and its settings to display content correctly
      • allow the site owners and third-party advertisers to modify content according to your preference

      Hantec Markets’ Cookies Policy

      We are using three types of cookies on our site:

      1. Functional Cookies are required for the smooth running of the website. If these are disabled you won’t be able to access key pages of the site
      2. Analytical and Performance Cookies collect anonymous information about how visitors use the site. They help us understand your preferences so we can offer you a better 
      3. Marketing Cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to present you with more relevant content and adverts based on your browsing activity.
      Functional Cookies
       

      These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website. They allow the website to remember choices you make while browsing the site such as your language preferences. They remember user choices and enable the personalisation of content. These cookies are anonymous and do not track your browsing activity on other websites. If they are disabled you won’t be able to access key pages of the site.

      Type of CookieSource of CookieFunction
      Referral IDHantec MarketsIdentifies the referral ID, and allows the website to determine if the registering clients came from a referral.
      CampaignHantec MarketsAllows the website to determine if the registering clients should be under a campaign.
      IP AddressHantec MarketsIt identifies the client’s IP Address, and allows the website to determine the location country.
      CountryHantec MarketsIdentifies the client’s location country, and allows the website to display the appropriate content to the client.
      Country Code (2-ISO)Hantec MarketsIdentifies the client’s location country code, and allows the website to display the appropriate content to the client.
      Chatra FunctionalThird PartyThis is used to support our Live Chat function. A random token is assigned to each user. No personal data is recorded.

      Analytical and Performance Cookies

      These cookies collect anonymous information about how visitors use the site. These cookies do not collect information that identifies you. All collected information is aggregated and as such completely anonymous. Their unique purpose is to help us understand user preferences and their interests so we can offer a better browsing experience.

      Some of the systems we use to track web traffic and site usage are provided by third-party companies such as Google.

      Type of CookieSource of CookieFunction
      Google AnalyticsThird PartyRegisters a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.
      Google Analytics ThrottleThird PartyUsed by Google Analytics to throttle request rate.

      Marketing Cookies

      The purpose of this type of cookie is to collect information about your browsing habits to provide advertising that is more relevant to you. The cookies remember which websites you have visited and are usually placed by third party companies with our permission. They serve to limit the number of times you see the same advertisement as well as to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.

      Type of CookieSource of CookieFunction
      Google AnalyticsThird PartyUsed to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.
      Facebook AdsThird PartyUsed by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.
      Facebook ImpressionThird PartyUsed by Facebook to register impression on pages with the Facebook login button.
      Facebook PixelThird PartyUsed by Facebook to see how many people take action on ads and which Facebook Ad led to a conversion.
      LinkedInThird PartyUsed by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services.
      TwitterThird PartyUsed by the social networking service, Twitter, for tracking the use of embedded services.

      Cookies Management

      You can manage cookies by modifying your web browser settings on your computer or tablet. For mobile phones you might have to check you phone user guide.

      Google Chrome
      • Click the menu icon in the browser’s toolbar
      • Select ‘Settings’
      • Click ‘Show advanced settings’
      • Choose ‘Privacy’ and then ‘Content settings’
      • To enable cookies, in the ‘Cookies’ section, tick ‘Allow local data to be set (recommended)’. This option enables both first and third-party cookies.
      • To allow only first-party cookies, enable ‘Block all third-party cookies without exception’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Chrome. To find out more, click here.

      Mozilla Firefox
      • Click on the menu button at the top of the browser (or ‘Tools’ if using Windows XP)
      • Select ‘Options’
      • Click ‘Privacy’
      • Set ‘Firefox will’ to ‘Use custom settings for history’
      • Select ‘Accept cookies from sites’ and your preferred treatment of third-party cookies
      • To disable cookies, remove the check mark from ‘Accept cookies from sites’
      • Click ‘OK’ to close the window

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Firefox. For more information, click here.

      Opera
      • In the browser’s menu, select ‘Settings’
      • Under cookies, tick ‘Allow local data to be set (recommended)’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’
      • To stop only third-party cookies, select ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Opera. For more information, click here.

      Safari
      • In the menu bar, select ‘Safari’, then choose ‘Preferences’
      • Click on ‘Privacy’
      • Under ‘Cookies and website data:’, select ‘Allow from the websites I visit’
      • To disable cookies, select ‘Always block’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Safari. For more information, click here.

      Microsoft Internet Explorer

      Versions 9-11

      • Select ‘Tools’ from the top of your browser
      • Choose ‘Internet Options’
      • Navigate to the ‘Privacy’ tab
      • Click ‘Advanced’. Here you can choose to ‘Accept’ ‘Block’ or ‘Prompt’ both first and third-party cookies
      • To disable cookies, tick ‘Block’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Internet Explorer. For more information, click here.

      Microsoft Edge
      • Click the menu button
      • Choose ‘Settings’ and then ‘View advanced settings’
      • Under ‘Cookies’ choose either ‘Don’t block cookies’ or ‘Block only third party cookies’
      • To disable cookies, click on ‘Block all cookies’

      There are several levels of cookie activation in Microsoft Edge. For more information, click here.

      You can also visit independent information providers such as www.allaboutcookies.org. It is possible to simply block third-party cookies.

      If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy or security measures, please email [email protected]

      This website uses cookies. We use cookies to personalise content and improve our services, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We process this information about use of our site with our analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to better our services. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. For more information visit the Cookie page and read our updated Privacy Notice. To change your settings, visit the Cookies Management page.

      Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make a user’s experience more efficient.

      Your consent applies to the following domains: www.onehantec.com

      Your current state: Allow all cookies (Necessary, Preferences, Statistics, Marketing).

      Change your consent | Withdraw your consent | Use necessary cookies only

      Cookie declaration last updated on 21/10/2019 by Cookiebot:

      YouTube Terms of Service here

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