Windsor Brokers Ltd. awards
Welcome to Windsor
With a history that dates back 25 years, Windsor Brokers Ltd., remains one of the leading and pioneering online brokers in the region.
Windsor started operating as a small sized broker in 1988 with only 5 employees and a selective number of clients primarily from the Middle East region.
By the year 2007 the company already showed clear signs of expansion by attaining more than 70 employees. 2007 was also a very special year as it marked the inauguration of the Windsor Business Center, Windsor’s prestigious headquarters located in Limassol, Cyprus.
The three main factors which have contributed to Windsor’s rapid growth are the evolution of the internet, the progress of online trading and Cyprus’ entry to the EU in 2004. This as a result opened a whole new world of opportunity for us and for our clients.
Today as regulated and licensed brokers offering a rich portfolio of over 70 financial instruments, Windsor Brokers Ltd. stands out as a prominent European Investment firm. With over 100 employees across the globe and a growing client base stretching to all seven continents, our products and services have proved to meet the expectations of individual, corporate and institutional investors of all types and sizes.
International Financial Service Commission
Windsor Brokers (BZ) Ltd.
The commission relies on self regulation, meaning that while government sets overall standards, it expects much of the actual work in terms of monitoring and compliance to be done by the industry itself.
The licensing process is designed to ensure that only ‘fit and proper persons’ are allowed to provide, carry on or transact international services in or from within Belize
Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission
Windsor Brokers Ltd.
CySec was established in accordance with section 5 of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission Law of 2001 as a public corporate body. CySec has a vast amount of responsibilities, some of which include: Supervising and controlling the operation of the stock exchange and the transactions carried out within it. Granting operation licenses to investment firms and impose administrative sanctions and disciplinary penalties against brokers when necessary.