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Forex CT cops $20 million fineBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | WEDNESDAY, 2 JUN 2021 12:16PM
The Federal Court has handed down a $20 million penalty to Forex Capital Trading for engaging in a system of unconscionable conduct, including the use of high-pressure sales tactics, conflicted remuneration and failing to act in the best interests of clients.
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