Safety of Client’s funds

The main concern of the investors is how to ensure the security of their own money; and Trilt is very sensitive on this rule.
All money received from a client, or on behalf of  a client, are held as client funds, and always keep client assets separate from the investment firm’s own assets.

Supervision and Authorization

Trilt unlike a large number of Forex & CFDs companies with no actual supervision quality and financial strength is supervised, monitored and regulated by the largest regulatory bodies such as CySEC under license number 254/14, MiFID and many other regulatory bodies that operate under the EU marketand financial instruments and regulations.

Investor Compensation Fund

Trilt is a member of the Investor Compensation Fund for the Clients of Cyprus Investment Firms, under the Provision of Investment Services, the Exercise of Investment Activities, as subsequently amended from time to time (“the Law”)

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STP model broker

Trilt is an STP broker rather than a market maker. This fully shows that we are a customer friendly organization which safeguards its customers regardless of profit or loss.

We are not your counter-party, we will not face to financial issue of client trading, this is root of safeguard your fund.

Insulate Customer funds

Clients’ funds deposited with Trilt are held separately from the company’s own funds.

Strictly execute by regulation

Based on the authorization granted which is posted on the authorities (CySEC) official website, you can understand that Trilt is a company which is in strict accordance with the regulatory requirements for all activities and business development.

Our customers are registered in Europe and all operations are under EU law, thus fundamentally safeguard the benefits of the customers.

Steady operation

We take the customer as the center of the STP model has succeeded band our interests and the interests of our clients together take the customer as the center of the STP model has succeeded band our interests and the interests of our clients together.

Trilt applies systems and controls that are appropriate to identify risks in relation to client assets and should put in place mitigants to counteract these risks.

An investment firm should engage an external auditor to report at least on an annual basis on the investment firm’s safeguarding of client assets.

Client funds safekeeping

An investment firm should physically hold, or arrange for the holding of, client assets separate from the investment firm’s own assets and maintain accounting segregation between the investment firm’s own assets and client assets.

For the avoidance of doubt this principle applies to client assets. Trilt clients’ funds deposited with Trilt are held separately from company’s own funds.

According to CySEC requirements, an investment firm should ensure that client assets are clearly identified in its internal records and in the records of third parties. The client assets must be identifiable and separate from the investment firm’s own assets.

An investment firm should keep accurate books and records to enable it at any time and without delay to provide an accurate record of the client assets held by the investment firm for each client and the total held in the client asset account.

An investment firm should conduct a reconciliation between its internal records and those external records of any third party with whom client assets are held.

In effect, in respect of client funds, an investment firm is reconciling its general internal client asset bank ledger to the external client asset bank record provided by a third party, e.g., in the form of a bank statement.

Each working day an investment firm should ensure that the aggregate balance on its client asset bank accounts (client money resource) as at the close of business on the previous working day is equal to the amount it should be holding on behalf of its clients (client money requirement).

The investor compensation fund

TRILT Ltd is a member of the Investor Compensation Fund (hereinafter called the “Fund”). The Fund was put in place to secure any claims of covered clients against members of the Fund and to compensate covered clients for any claims arising from the failure by a member of the Fund to fulfill its obligations irrespective of whether that obligation arises from legislation, the Terms and Conditions accepted by the Client or from a breach occurring from a member of the Fund.

Under the principles comprising the Funds, a breach by a member of the fund means the following:

  1. Failure by a Member of the Fund to return funds owed to a covered client, and failure to return funds which belong to the Client but are held by a member of the Fund, directly or indirectly. Funds include those a Member holds after providing a covered service to the Client, for which the Client has such right and has made a request that these funds are returned;
  2. Failure by a Member of the Fund to return Financial Instruments held, managed or kept in the account of the Member, which belong to a covered client. Such Funds include those Financial Instruments for which the Member has the administrative management.

The Client acknowledges their risk of losing assets held by third parties, especially in case of the third parties’ insolvency and in those cases where the third parties are not themselves under any Investor Compensation Scheme, or any other insurance cover.

Risk warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67%  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. Read full Risk Disclosure.