Eagle Commerce Group

04 jul 2014 Waarschuwing van een buitenlandse toezichthouder

The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) of the United Kingdom would like to alert all recipients that:

Name: Eagle Commerce Group
Addresses: 38th Street, Columbus Circle, 7th Floor, New York, United States
Tel: +16467864463
Fax: +15855424246
Website: www.eaglecommercegroup.net  
Email: info@eaglecommercegroup.net

is NOT authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”) to carry on a regulated activity in the United Kingdom. Regulated activities include, amongst other things, advising on investments and dealing and arranging deals in investments ("investments" include stocks and shares).

The FCA believes that this organisation may be targeting UK customers. Therefore, we have added this firm to our list of unauthorised firms and individuals list. This list can be found at:

If you have any further questions on this matter please email our Consumer Contact Centre at consumer.queries@fca.org.uk, or alternatively by telephone on 0800 111 6768. Overseas
callers can contact us on (+44) 20 7066 1000.


The Central Bank today (4 April 2013) published the name of an unauthorised investment firm, Eagle Commerce Group (USA). Eagle Commerce Group (USA) has been offering investment services to members of the Irish public and is not authorised as an investment firm in Ireland.

A list of unauthorised firms published to date is available on the Central Bank website.

It is a criminal offence for an investment firm to operate in Ireland unless it has an authorisation from the Central Bank of Ireland. Consumers should be aware that, if they deal with an investment firm which is not authorised, they are not eligible for compensation from the Investor Compensation Scheme.

Any person wishing to contact the Central Bank of Ireland with information regarding such firms may telephone (01) 224 4000. This line is also available to the public to check if an investment firm is authorised. Since obtaining the necessary legal powers in August 1998, the names of 211 unauthorised firms have been published by the Central Bank.


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