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

Divulgação de Riscos

Este website foi produzido pela Hantec Markets Limited (“HML”), que é autorizada e regulada pela Financial Services Commission [Número de licença: C114013940].

Warning: demo platform

Os fundos virtuais disponíveis na sua plataforma de demonstração permitem que você se familiarize com nossas plataformas de negociação, e quaisquer ganhos ou perdas incorridos durante a negociação em um ambiente de demonstração não sugerem resultados que você pode obter ao negociar em uma plataforma ao vivo. O acesso à sua plataforma de demonstração é válido apenas por 30 dias, que serão automaticamente encerrados a partir de então. No entanto, você poderá negociar em um ambiente ativo assim que sua conta for aberta e movimenada.

Warning: internet trading risks

Existem riscos associados ao uso de um sistema de negociação na Internet. Isso inclui, mas não se limita a: erro de hardware, software, conexão à Internet ou qualquer força maior (por exemplo, inundação; condições climáticas extraordinárias; terremoto ou outro ato de força maior; fogo; guerra; insurreição; motim; disputa trabalhista; acidente; ação do governo; comunicações ou falha de energia; ou mau funcionamento do equipamento ou software). A HML ou nossas afiliadas (‘nós’, ‘nosso’ ou ‘nós’) não podem controlar a potência do sinal, sua recepção ou roteamento via internet, configuração de seu equipamento ou confiabilidade de sua conexão. Portanto, não podemos ser responsáveis ​​por qualquer falha, distorção ou atraso na comunicação (embora tentemos minimizar a possibilidade de falha no sistema). Entre em contato imediatamente se não conseguir acessar sua conta e executaremos seus pedidos por telefone. Observe, por razões de segurança, que você precisará passar pelo nosso processo de identificação antes de aceitarmos seus pedidos. Se não conseguirmos identificá-lo, não poderemos executar seus pedidos.

Aviso: riscos de negociação de margem

Negociar em moeda e lingote, particularmente negociar com margem, envolve o potencial de lucro, bem como o risco de perda. Isto pode exceder em muito a quantidade de dinheiro que você se compromete com qualquer negociação ou transação. Movimentos no preço da moeda ou taxas de lingote são influenciados por uma variedade de fatores de origem global, muitos dos quais são imprevisíveis. Movimentos violentos no preço das taxas de câmbio ou de lingote podem resultar em ações por parte do mercado. Como resultado, você pode ser incapaz de liquidar negociações adversas. Nossa equipe é incapaz de garantir a precisão de quaisquer previsões de mercado (caso elas ofereçam tais previsões) e não pode garantir uma perda máxima que você possa sofrer.

Aviso de conselho geral

Qualquer conselho geral fornecido por nós, ou em nosso site ou por meio de nossa plataforma de negociação, não leva em consideração sua situação financeira, objetivos ou necessidades pessoais. A negociação de CFD e moeda não é adequada para todos. É altamente recomendável que você pratique sem riscos em uma conta demo antes de investir quaisquer fundos. Você deve considerar seus objetivos, situação financeira e necessidades e tomar todas as medidas razoáveis ​​para entender completamente os possíveis resultados de negociações e estratégias que podem ser empregadas.

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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 jud