Raison Asset Management is Licensed Investment Manager and Licensed Consultant, acting in accordance with the requirements of the international regulatory bodies of the USA and Europe.
- Financial Services Commission of the British Virgin Islands
Approved investment manager license (certificate No. IBR / AIM / 15/011).
The main controlling body of the company is the Financial Services Commission of the British Virgin Islands (hereinafter BVI). The license entitles Raison Asset Management to act as an investment manager and investment advisor in funds organized in the BVI and in the jurisdictions recognized by the BVI.
The Commission protects the clients of its licensed management companies, and the citizenship of the client does not matter. A citizen of any country can make a request to the Commission or file a complaint with it, as a citizen of the BVI.
- Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States of America. U.S. SEC
The company is registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission — the regulator of the American securities market. Registration allows us to advise clients and provide them with advice in the field of securities and financial markets.
The Commission protects the clients of the consultants it regulates, and the citizenship of the client does not matter. A citizen from any country can make a request to the Commission or file a complaint, the same way as a US citizen.
For more information on SEC-registered investment advisers, visit the Investment Adviser Public Disclosure (IAPD) website.
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
Number CRD 282147.
You can find more information about our company on the BrockerCheck website.
FINRA — is a non-profit organization authorized by the US Congress to regulate the country’s over-the-counter stock market. The main task of the Service is to supervise the activities of financial market participants and protect investors.
FINRA maintains the Central Registration Depository, which records and registers licensed subjects of financial and investment services of the United States.
- European Securities and Markets Authority
Our company reports to the European Securities Regulatory Authority in accordance with the EMIR regulation.
EMIR — European Union regulation designed to improve the stability of the OTC market and financial derivatives.